The company is in the process of re-powering an existing coal plant to run on a combination of natural gas and hydrogen by 2025.
He said Virginians’ overall bills run higher because they use more electricity than other states, like those in New England that rely on natural gas or oil for heat.
The cost of increasing capacity was $41 for coal and $28 for natural gas.
That’s the argument increasingly put forth by climate scientists and activists looking to put an end to the continued extraction of coal, oil, and natural gas.
The city is already halfway there with the creation of San Diego Community Power, which is taking over SDG&E’s old job of selecting and purchasing the kind of power San Diego runs on, like solar or natural gas.
Total oil production figures include crude oil, natural gas liquids, and other liquid energy products.
On top of oil, the United States produces significantly more natural gas than Saudi Arabia.
But if Clinton waded into the natural gas debate, she entirely avoided the Keystone one.
She is groundbreaking on the problem of methane leaks in natural-gas fracking, an exception that swallows the rule.
It would transport bitumen and liquefied natural gas drawn from the tar sands to refineries on the Gulf Coast, mainly in Texas.
In the value of its petroleum, natural gas, clay products, and pig iron it has no close second.
For natural gas the compression pressure may easily be raised to from 85 to 100 pounds per square inch.
Findlay is the centre of the Ohio natural gas and oil region, and lime and building stone 355 abound in the vicinity.
In 1890 I became interested in the natural gas field at Greentown, Ind.
In 1896, natural gas was first used in the United States as a fuel for roasting coffee.
On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to natural gas, such as: crude oil, fossil fuel, fuel, gas, gasoline, and kerosene.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.