natural gas industry

Eight Ways That Natural Gas Distribution Is Growing

September 24, 2015 by Chris McGill

In an era when much of the discussion regarding future gas demand is focused on power generation and industrial uses, Got Growth?, a new report by the American Gas Association, details eight areas of growth for local gas utilities during the past several decades.[read more]

Report Finds Opportunity for Natural Gas Job Growth, But it's Not Where You Think

October 9, 2014 by EDF Energy Exchange

Energy Industry Job Growth

In 1933, Milton Heath senior opened a small firm to find leaks from natural gas pipelines in New England Fields. More than 80 years later, the family business has grown substantially, and now the Texas-based company provides more than 1,200 manufacturing and service jobs across the country.[read more]

Catalyzing the Oil and Gas Industry to Clean Up its Act

April 7, 2014 by NRDC Switchboard

The oil and gas industry leaks a significant amount of natural gas into the atmosphere. Most of this leaked gas is methane, a powerful greenhouse gas pollutant. This leaked gas also represents a great deal of lost product for the oil and gas industry[read more]

Natural Gas, Renewables, and Energy Efficiency will Build a Sustainable Energy Future: Four Facts from the Sustainable Energy in America Factbook

February 13, 2014 by Christina Nyquist

Fact and America's Energy Future

Released recently, the Business Council for Sustainable Energy 2014 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook joins other insightful analyses demonstrating that natural gas will continue to serve as a foundation fuel that can work alongside energy efficiency and renewable energy.[read more]

Are Natural Gas Suppliers Purposely Overproducing?

December 29, 2013 by Rod Adams

On December 27, 2013, Matt Wald published a piece in the New York Times titled New Energy Struggles on Its Way to Markets that points to the predictable consequences of having too many energy options chasing too few customers.[read more]