article Tiger Natural Resources (TNR) is getting ready to take the first of two gas wells drilled by its subsidiary in Texas.
The Texas company has an exclusive right to drill gas wells in Texas under the state’s gas exploration laws, and is one of several companies eyeing the potential to tap the vast reserves of natural gas underneath Texas.
But TNR is now looking to tap into the Texas natural gas industry.
Tiger Natural says it plans to use the wells as part of its energy mix and the first gas will be produced in 2020, after which it plans on adding more wells to the gas stack.
Texas has a long history of using natural gas as a cheap energy source.
Since the 1950s, Texas has used about 1.2 billion cubic feet (bcf) of natural fuel oil and about 800 billion cubic meters (bcm) of other natural gas liquids for electricity generation.
Natural gas prices have soared over the last few years, as energy companies and other companies have ramped up the use of fracking to extract gas from shale formations in the United States.
TNR says it’s also looking to boost its production of natural gasoline, which is used in cars, trucks and trains.
The company has a contract with ExxonMobil to develop and test a fuel cell electric vehicle.
The first gasoline-powered vehicle will be unveiled in 2020.
But a TNR spokeswoman told MTV News that ExxonMobil is still considering how best to produce the vehicle.
Triton Energy is another company interested in the Texas market.
Torgon Energy (TSG), a subsidiary of TNR, is a major player in Texas natural resources.
It has a $1.5 billion contract with the state of Texas to develop oil shale gas deposits in Texas and plans to drill wells in the state.
But it’s not clear when Tritons natural gas will hit the market.
Texas is a state with a history of being a major natural gas producer.
Its history of fracking dates back to the late 1970s, and it’s only since 2010 that Tritony has begun drilling in Texas, when it signed a deal with the Texas Railroad Commission to drill for natural gas.
The state has had an energy boom since the 1970s and has added hundreds of new jobs.
But gas production has fallen as the shale boom has expanded.
A recent report by the state comptroller found that Texas had lost $3.5 trillion in value in natural gas over the past 25 years, and the state has seen a 25 percent increase in earthquakes, the deadliest form of natural disaster in the U.S. In January, the state also passed a law requiring companies to provide information on earthquakes to the public.
TIGR’s deal with Exxon, Tritonal Energy and Tritont Energy will allow them to drill in the most economically depressed regions of Texas.
However, TNR said it’s still looking to diversify its gas portfolio.
TTR also said it expects to use its shale gas assets to power more natural gas power plants in Texas for the next two decades.
The deal with Tritond Energy and its $2.5-billion acquisition of Tritson Energy in 2020 also allows Tritonian to increase its natural gas operations to produce as much as 10 billion cubic metres (bctm) of gas, which will be piped to power its facilities in Texas’s eastern and central regions.
The Tritonies goal is to use Trition’s gas to power natural gas plants in other states, such as Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico and Texas.
Tiger has already begun testing a gas line for the first time.
In October, TTR and Torgons natural fuel operations began testing gas lines in Texas to get ready for drilling.
The testing began on Monday.