I was at a gas station on Friday afternoon.
I asked the attendant if I could see a gas cylinder, and he said no, but that he could have one if I wanted.
I took a few steps into the parking lot, and there was a gas can.
I handed it to the attendant, who took it.
He asked me if I knew anything about gas, and I told him I knew it was natural gas.
I explained to him that it was the fuel of the engine of the new oil-and-gas pipeline that would bring natural gas from the Bakken Formation of North Dakota.
I had been working for the state of North Carolina, where I live, since January, and the next morning I had received the permit for a new natural gas pipeline that will bring natural-gas-rich North Dakota gas from a well in the state.
The state was finally able to build a natural-Gas Pipeline to carry North Dakota’s vast oil- and-gas reserves to Texas and elsewhere in the world.
But the pipeline was going to carry natural-sulfur-rich gas to Mexico and other parts of the world, not to North Dakota, which is a crucial part of the United States.
I thought that was a very good idea.
The pipeline is being built to carry oil-from-North-Dakota to the Gulf of Mexico, where it would be sold to refineries.
But North Dakota is the most important part of America’s energy system, and it’s the most vulnerable to climate change.
This pipeline is going to transport billions of gallons of natural gas that is being extracted in North America to the world market, and we’re supposed to have it for free.
North Dakota Gov.
John Carney (D) has said that the pipeline will allow North Dakota to move the “ultimate supply” of natural- and gas-rich oil and gas.
But he has also said that it will be “highly polluting.”
I’m sure that the people of North America will agree that this pipeline is dangerous.
But is it really the best use of taxpayer money?
What is the reality of the pipeline?
The truth is that North Dakota needs a pipeline.
It needs a natural gas export pipeline that it can sell to markets across the world for oil and natural gas at an affordable price.
The most important thing about the pipeline is that it provides jobs and economic opportunity.
North Dakotans are currently struggling to get decent jobs.
Many of the jobs that North Dakots depend on for their livelihoods are at low-wage jobs, such as construction and construction work.
The average wage in North Dakota is about $9 an hour.
But jobs that pay $12 or $13 an hour have been growing in North Carolina and in the other states that use the pipeline.
I’m not saying that jobs are not important.
They are important for people, and they are important in the energy economy of the country.
But there are other things that are more important.
I want to be very clear.
The natural- gas export pipe is not going to make North Dakota the biggest, richest, or most energy-dependent state in the United Kingdom.
The oil-production pipeline that carries North Dakota natural- or gas-heavy oil to the United Gulf of France is an important component of the U.K. energy system.
But these pipelines do not create jobs.
They just transport oil from one part of North Dakotees economy to another.
The energy industry is going through a very hard time right now.
The U.S. energy sector is in trouble.
We’ve had a lot of bad things happen in the U, and now we have to face the consequences of all of it.
I know that I will be able to help North Dakotes economy by getting the job done, and getting it done right, fast.
That’s why I’m going to work with the State of North Carolinacomment and the North Dakota Oil & Gas Commission (NDOGC) to do everything I can to get this pipeline built in time.
But I’m also not going in for the easy money.
I need to do something about it, and that’s why we need a real solution.
North America has been the largest producer of oil and the second-largest consumer of natural resources in the Americas.
That has caused massive economic growth.
But we are not growing as fast as other countries, and our dependence on foreign oil has been growing faster than other countries’ growth.
There are about 50 million people in North American and the United states of America.
There’s a lot going on in the oil industry in North and South Dakota.
North Carolina is the second largest producer and third-largest importer of natural gases.
North American natural gas is the main source of heating energy in the country and the biggest natural gas-producing region in the entire country.
North and North Dakota are also home to the biggest oil