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How is natural gas extracted? The process explained

How is natural gas extracted? The process explained

Natural gas or fossil gas is a non-renewable energy source, which is an odorless, colorless, flammable, and non-toxic hydrocarbon. The largest component is methane (CH4). Raw natural gas contains water, ethane, propane, butane, pentanes, hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, water vapor, helium, and nitrogen. Natural gas is a fuel to provide power to factories or even households.
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2020. 09. 30.
Natural gas transportation: How do you transport natural gas?

Natural gas transportation: How do you transport natural gas?

Natural gas is one of the most important energy sources in the world. Almost every country needs it in large quantities, but the number of natural gas fields is limited. Therefore, natural gas has to travel long distances to reach the consumer.    
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2020. 09. 03.
LNG (liquefied natural gas): definition, storage, transportation and usage

LNG (liquefied natural gas): definition, storage, transportation and usage

Natural gas is one of the most important energy sources in the world. As we wrote in our article on natural gas , gas is mainly transported through international pipelines.
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2020. 08. 05.
What is the difference between natural gas and propane?

What is the difference between natural gas and propane?

Natural gas and propane are both very popular fuels when it comes to heating or fuelling vehicles. And although sometimes people tend to use them as synonyms, there are big differences between them. In this article, we compare natural gas to propane and highlight the greatest differences between them.
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2020. 07. 27.
The biggest advantages and disadvantages of natural gas

The biggest advantages and disadvantages of natural gas

Natural gas is a non-renewable, odorless, colorless hydrocarbon. It is non-toxic but extremely flammable. In 2017, natural gas accounted for 36% of the EU energy consumption, next to electricity, which accounted for 24%, renewables for 18%, and petroleum for 11% – according to  Eurostat .
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2020. 06. 25.
Gas storages — How is natural gas stored?

Gas storages — How is natural gas stored?

Natural gas is a non-renewable, odorless, colorless, flammable and non-toxic hydrocarbon. It accounts for nearly 25% of the EU’s energy consumption – according to Eurostat .
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2020. 05. 29.
The 3 biggest benefits of renewable energy – and the cons

The 3 biggest benefits of renewable energy – and the cons

If we categorize major energy sources, these are the top five most used sources in the EU: Petroleum Natural gas Coal Renewables Nuclear energy
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2020. 05. 26.
Uses of natural gas: what is natural gas used for?

Uses of natural gas: what is natural gas used for?

Natural gas is one of the fossil fuels – along with coal, sulfur, and petroleum. If we burn natural gas, it releases a significant amount of energy. That is why we use it for a lot of activities, appliances and tools.
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2020. 04. 29.
Natural gas report — where to find it (and how to analyze it)?

Natural gas report — where to find it (and how to analyze it)?

Natural gas is a non-renewable, odorless, colorless hydrocarbon. It is measured in million British thermal units (mmBTUs), or in some countries in Gigajoule. But in natural gas reports, you will find Bcf, which is the abbreviation for billion cubic feet of gas.
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2020. 04. 27.
Natural gas prices forecast: 2020 & long term (5 years)

Natural gas prices forecast: 2020 & long term (5 years)

Natural gas is one of the most commonly used non-renewable hydrocarbons. Its price influences almost every household, directly or indirectly.
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2020. 04. 22.
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