Today, we’re offering more food-for-thought surrounding uses for natural gas in the home. While we can all make the logical leap that natural gas is commonly used to heat homes due to the cost saving versus heating with electricity, what about other products to help keep your house warm? Natural gas plays a key role in the production of insulation and sealants — preventing air leaks and proper insulation both make heating your home even more affordable, all courtesy of natural gas. If you have a specific question, send a message or plan to join us at the Eastern Gas Compression Roundtable, May 3-5, 2022 at the David Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh, PA.
Our last post talked about LNG exports and you might be wondering if the US imports more than we export. It’s a great question. We again turned to the “Statistical Review of World Energy” for our research, and here’s what we found. Want to know more? Join us at the Eastern Gas Compression Roundtable, September 14-16, 2021 at the David Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh, PA.
Reference: bp Statistical Review of World Energy 2020 p.40 Natural gas: Inter-regional trade Table