By LISA JONES-BRADY, Associated Press natural gas alarm: When the lights go out, you can still boil natural gas.
But the problem is, it’s not easy to get ahold of.
Here’s what you need to know.
Natural gas is often compared to the fuel of the atomic bomb, but it’s much less toxic than plutonium or uranium, and it emits fewer carbon monoxide emissions than those sources.
Its primary use is as a cooling gas.
It also helps keep plants warm and prevents fires.
In the U.S., natural gas makes up about half of all electricity generation, and the industry is expanding.
The U.K., which used natural gas for much of the 20th century, is now exporting about 80 percent of its natural gas output.
Natural energy production is on the rise around the world, but natural gas remains a major threat to its supply.
A new study from the University of Southern California shows the industry’s reliance on cheap natural gas will be a problem in a warming world.
Natural Gas In the past year, natural-gas production increased at the fastest pace since 2006, according to the U,S.
Energy Information Administration.
The growth is mostly due to rising natural gas prices, and there are signs that this will continue.
Prices have fallen to about $1.10 per million BTU, down more than 20 percent from July, according the Energy Information Agency.
A lower price means more gas can be made in the U