How to say natural gas (and other natural gas products) without the jargon

The Globe and Mail | The Associated Press article Posted October 09, 2018 08:00:00Natural gas is an energy source with no carbon footprint.

It can be used for heating, cooking, heating power, heating and cooling, heating oil, heating water, electricity, power generation, refrigeration, refrigerant, and more.

The natural gas industry is estimated to have $1.4 trillion in annual sales.

Natural gas, or natural gas liquids, is a type of natural gas that has been around for more than 100 years.

Its production comes from shale gas formations deep underground, and the industry has grown significantly in recent years as shale gas plays have been drilled more frequently in the United States.

Natural-gas liquids are the natural gas produced when shale gas is heated and compressed.

Natural gas is extracted from shale, which can then be transported by pipeline to industrial sites.

Natural-gas prices are generally relatively stable, with the average price of natural-gas today hovering around $3 per million British thermal units (Btu).

Natural-Gas Shale Energy Industry The Natural Gas Shale is a natural gas-rich shale formation located in North America’s Bakken formation in the Bakken region of North Dakota.

The Bakken was the first known gas field in the U.S. and the most productive in the world.

The vast amount of gas that is produced there is used in electricity generation and heating, and in the transportation of liquefied natural gas to refineries and other industries.

In addition to the Bakkens natural-hydrocarbon resources, there are approximately 500 other shale gas fields throughout North America and Canada.

The industry is also growing rapidly, with new shale gas discoveries being discovered every month.

Natural Gas is used to produce electricity and heat, which are the two primary uses for natural gas.

The hydrocarbon is a byproduct of the process of gas extraction, and is produced in the shale gas deposits that are beneath the surface of North America.

The U.N. Environment Program has estimated that approximately 40 percent of the world’s natural gas production is coming from shale.

Natural Resources Canada (NRcan) estimates that the global production of natural resources is $15.5 trillion in 2020, with $3.3 trillion of that amount coming from natural gas and $2.9 trillion from coal.

Canada is the largest producer of natural resource in the Western Hemisphere, accounting for $1 trillion in natural resources exports in 2020.

Natural resources Canada estimates that natural gas is used for up to 45 percent of all natural gas consumed worldwide.

The World Bank’s Global Economic Trends project estimates that $6.2 trillion in total economic activity from natural resources in 2020 will be from natural-Gas-based products.

Natural Resources Canada projects that by 2030, the United Kingdom will be the world leader in natural gas demand growth, accounting at $4.5 billion annually.

Natural resources Canada projects its 2020 natural-resources demand growth will be driven by a rapid increase in demand from Canada.

NRcan projects that natural-Resources Canada will be in a position to meet its 2020 growth target of 17 percent, which would lead to $3 billion in net savings from 2020 to 2030.

The International Energy Agency projects that Canada will reach its 2030 natural gas capacity target of 2.5 to 3.5 million metric tons per year by 2020.

In 2030, natural gas will be an increasingly important energy source.

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) estimates natural gas exports in Canada are expected to reach $8.2 billion by 2030.

Natural Gas is a major component of the hydrocarbon sector, and contributes to more than half of Canada’s electricity generation.

Natural sources of natural energy account for 40 percent or more of Canada�s energy demand.

Natural Energy Industry Canada predicts that by 2050, the country will account for about 40 percent to 50 percent of its total natural gas consumption, representing more than $4 trillion of its projected gross domestic product (GDP).

Natural gas plays an important role in the global energy mix, contributing to Canada�.

Canadian natural gas has an economic value of $2 billion a day, accounting to over half of the country�s annual electricity generation of more than 740 million kilowatt hours (kWh).

Natural-Resources Canadian estimates that over $3 trillion in Canadian energy assets are used to meet energy needs, which is approximately $3,700 for every person in Canada.

Natural resource Canada predicts it will be estimated that the economic value generated by Canadian natural resources will be about $2 trillion by 2020, which represents over $400 billion of the value of the Canadian economy.

Natural Resource Canada expects that by 2040, natural resources demand will grow by $4 billion annually, accounting in excess of $4,000 for every man, woman and child.

Natural Sources of Natural Energy and Natural Resources The National Energy Board (NEB) estimates the natural resources sector in Canada is