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Changes In China Leading to Increased Global Commercial Natural Gas Prices

Natural gas is an essential part of life in 2017 for both recreational and commercial purposes. Natural gas serves roughly 66.7 million homes, 5.4 million businesses, 192,000 factories, and 1,900 electricity generating units -- and those numbers are rising all the time. On a daily basis, the average home in the U.S. uses 196 cubic [...]

By | November 16th, 2017|Natural Gas|0 Comments

Why Is Natural Gas Replacing Coal?

While U.S. power plants still use 90% of all coal, natural gas has been steadily replacing coal for decades. It's fast becoming the most common fuel for generating our electricity. There are commercial natural gas suppliers that provide this valuable fuel to businesses all over the world, effectively leading to a much higher global commercial [...]

By | September 12th, 2017|Blog, Natural Gas|0 Comments

3 Things You Should Look Out For In a Natural Gas Supplier

Natural gas serves roughly 66.7 million homes in the United States. From commercial natural gas fueling 5.4 million businesses like restaurants, hotels, hospitals, schools, and grocery stores; to 192,000 factories; and 1,900 electric generating units, natural gas is an essential form of energy. On a daily basis, the average home in the U.S. uses approximately [...]

By | August 7th, 2017|Natural Gas|0 Comments

Make Sure You’re Knowledgeable About the Global Natural Gas Supply

One of the most important conversations going on in the world now has to do with the natural gas supply. Administration changes, new climate research, and a limited supply of fossil fuels are sparking worldwide concern over the natural gas supply, biodiesel fuel oil prices, and the future of the entire planet. Natural gas has [...]

By | June 13th, 2017|Blog, Natural Gas|0 Comments

Unseasonably Mild Winter Temperatures, Natural Gas Prices Decrease

Forecasters predicted the winter of 2016 – 2017 would be 15% colder than the previous winter of 2015 - 2016. The reality is temperatures in the Lower 48 states averaged 43 degrees, 7 degrees higher than normal and 9 degrees higher than last year. During mid-to-late February, temperatures were 15 to 30 degrees warmer than [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|Fuel Oil, Natural Gas|0 Comments