natural gas

  1. a fossil fuel in the gaseous state; used for cooking and heating homes
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  • That Constellation would not sign a power purchase agreement for its own reactor is a stunning admission that atomic energy cannot compete with natural gas or renewables. Harvey Wasserman: Nuke "Renaissance" Leaps off Calvert Cliffs
  • Or you could look into hydrogen because even though natural gas is in ample amounts … it will run out. Think Progress » Deficit Peacock Evan Bayh Hits ‘Far Left-Wing Blogs’ For Criticizing Obama’s Spending Freeze As Too ‘Austere’
  • ( "NNE"), a portfolio company of Metalmark Capital focused on natural gas opportunities in the Marcellus Shale ( "Marcellus"), announced today that B.J. Carney, formerly Geoscience Coordinator, Marcellus Shale at Chesapeake Energy (NYSE: CHK), has been named Vice President of Geoscience for NNE. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • If they dethaw in an uncontrolled manner, they could send a flood of natural gas to the top of the ocean surface and potentially ignite. Reuters: Top News
  • (B) used by the taxpayer as a tertiary injectant in a qualified enhanced oil or natural gas recovery project.
  • Those of us who remember the 1970s recall the frolics sparked by America’s last great experiment with widespread price caps – namely, those on oil and natural gas. Day Two: the Speaker and House Majority Leader Back Away from ObamaCare | RedState
  • They will also be greener, being powered by liquefied natural gas and fuel cells. Times, Sunday Times
  • Oil prices shot up nearly US $1.50 a barrel yesterday as oil and natural gas producers evacuated rigs in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Because of opposition to a catenary system, the surface system uses busses powered by compressed natural gas.
  • A second set of power lines, phone lines, water pipes or natural gas pipes is too expensive and inefficient. Tax Cuts for the Rich, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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