• A second well was drilled in Mifflin Township in December 2007, and by February 2008 every well drilled in Lycoming County was producing natural gas.
  • Wikipedia: Larrys Creek
  • After natural gas had been discovered on the reservation, the Six Nations took direct ownership of the natural gas wells and paid those who had wells on their land compensation only for damages done by gas extraction.
  • Wikipedia: Economy of the Iroquois
  • After the Gas Boom began to sweep the state in the 1880s, Lilly and his Commercial Club advocated the creation of a public corporation to pump the natural gas from the ground, pipe it to the city from the Trenton Gas Field, and provide it at low cost to businesses and homes.
  • Wikipedia: Eli Lilly
  • After the war, increasing oil and natural gas production gradually replaced coal production, and the last mine in Lethbridge closed in 1957.
  • Wikipedia: Lethbridge
  • Another tragedy occurred on the morning of 16 May 1968 when Ronan Point, a 23-storey tower block in Newham, suffered a structural collapse due to a natural gas explosion.
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  • As the demand for coal fell, due to the increasing use of oil, natural gas and nuclear power as energy sources, the following years saw the closure of many collieries in the area.
  • Wikipedia: Blyth, Northumberland
  • Beginning in 1954, Howe planned for pipelines to take Alberta's natural gas to market.
  • Wikipedia: C. D. Howe
  • Between 1985 and 1987 a natural gas pipeline was built across the station, carrying gas from Palm Valley in the Amadeus Basin to Channel Island near Darwin.
  • Wikipedia: Muckaty Station
  • Buses using natural gas have been trialled, although they have not seen regular usage due to a perceived lack of power, especially on the section of the down track immediately after Paradise Interchange where the track rises sharply.
  • Wikipedia: O-Bahn Busway
  • During the Tang Dynasty, a gazetteer of Sichuan province stated that at one of these 182 m (600 ft) 'fire wells', men collected natural gas into portable bamboo tubes which could be carried around for dozens of km (mi) and still produce a flame.
  • Wikipedia: Tang Dynasty
  • Eight and a half percent of the nation's natural gas supply is held in Oklahoma, with 1.673 trillion cubic feet (47.4 km3) being produced in 2009.
  • Wikipedia: Oklahoma
  • Electric service to Lock Haven residents is provided by PPL (formerly known as Pennsylvania Power and Light), the gas division of which provides natural gas to the city.
  • Wikipedia: Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
  • Electricity is supplied by BC Hydro from the Bennett and Peace Canyon Dams and natural gas by Pacific Northern Gas.
  • Wikipedia: Chetwynd, British Columbia
  • Estimates of the total natural gas in the black shale from the Devonian era range from 168 to 516 trillion cubic feet (4.76 to 14.6 trillion m³), with at least 10 percent considered recoverable.
  • Wikipedia: Plunketts Creek (Loyalsock Creek)
  • He is credited as being one of those primarily responsible for the rapid growth of the natural gas industry in Indiana, a boom that made northern Indiana one of the leading industrial regions of the United States.
  • Wikipedia: Elwood Haynes
  • Helium must be extracted from natural gas because it is present in air at only a fraction of that of neon, yet the demand for it is far higher.
  • Wikipedia: Helium
  • Helium on Earth comes from the alpha decay of heavy elements such as uranium and thorium found in the Earth's crust, and tends to accumulate in natural gas deposits.
  • Wikipedia: Noble gas
  • In the 1950s and 1960s, oil and natural gas exploration and logging was conducted through the area, and 15 significant coal deposits were discovered.
  • Wikipedia: Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia
  • In the Haber process for the production of ammonia, hydrogen is generated from natural gas.
  • Wikipedia: Hydrogen
  • Israel, Romania and Russia have in the past run power plants fired by oil shale, but have shut them down or switched to other fuel sources such as natural gas.
  • Wikipedia: Oil shale
  • Large deposits of fossil fuels are obtained from the Earth's crust, consisting of coal, petroleum, natural gas and methane clathrate.
  • Wikipedia: Earth
  • Natural gas is distributed by National Grid plc (originally KeySpan, the successor company to Boston Gas); only commercial and industrial customers may choose an alternate natural gas supplier.
  • Wikipedia: Boston
  • Opened in 2012, the facility is 1 million square feet in area and produces tube goods to service natural gas exploration in the Marcellus Formation, and currently employs 350 people.
  • Wikipedia: Youngstown, Ohio
  • Quehanna has two paved roads open to vehicles, and is crossed by rights-of-way for three electrical power lines and two natural gas pipelines.
  • Wikipedia: Quehanna Wild Area
  • Rich in natural resources, Australia is a major exporter of agricultural products, particularly wheat and wool, minerals such as iron-ore and gold, and energy in the forms of liquified natural gas and coal.
  • Wikipedia: Australia
  • That same year, the Midway Gas Company opened a natural gas line, and the Pacific Light and Power Company opened a power line, both staying fairly close to the entire Ridge Route.
  • Wikipedia: Ridge Route
  • The cells, placed in the oil shale formation, are fueled by natural gas during a warm-up period and afterward by oil shale gas generated by its own waste heat.
  • Wikipedia: Shale oil extraction
  • The Corrib Basin is also quite large, worth anything up to €87 billion, while the Dunquin gas field contains 25 trillion cubic feet (710 km3) of natural gas and 4.13 billion barrels (657,000,000 m3) of petroleum.
  • Wikipedia: Geography of Ireland