Where does Natural gas come from?
Natural gas is considered a fossi fuel because most scientist believe that natural gas was formed from the remains of tiny sea animals and plants that died 200-400 million years ago. Natural gas is found in oil fields and natural gas fields, and in coal beds. produced in 32 states, but the top five states are texas, Wyoming, Oklahoma, new mexico, and Louisiana. Even though it’s produced in 32 states altogether the USA produces about a fourth of the worlds natural gas each year.
How is it processed?
After natural gas comes out of the ground, it goes to a processing plant where it is cleaned of impurities and separated into its various components.
Where is it used?
Just about everone in the United States uses natural gas. Natural gas ranks number three in energy consumption. About 21.6 percent of the energy we use in the United States comes from natural gas.
What are the benefits and non-benefit?
In American natural gas is used in furnaces, stoves, water, heaters, clothes dryers, and other appliances. The fuel also supplies energy for numerous industrial processes and provides raw material for making many products that we use every day. Natural gas has been reconsidered as a fuel for generating electricity. Natural gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel, producing mostly just water vapor and carbon dioxide as by-products.
What can natural gas have in store for it?
Mnay people believe that having natural gas is a one way solution for what is happening in the world today.Not much can be told about the future but many think that natural gas is going to be powering more than what it is powering now.