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Natural Gas is ...

  • Inexpensive

    "Natural gas is the least expensive way to heat your home"

    A high-efficiency (94%) natural gas furnace is the most cost-effective way
    to heat your home. *according to an AGA analysis of DOE's cost projections.
    Source: Energy Solutions Center

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  • A Great Value

    "Natural gas delivers value"

    Natural gas fueled fireplaces, grills, outdoor lighting and appliances such as
    stoves, dryers and standby generators not only add value to your home,
    provide comfort and convenience.

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  • Efficient

    "Natural gas is efficient"

    When consumed directly by the end user, more than 90% of the energy value is used.
    Electricity, measured from the point of generation to the consumer,
    is much less efficient.
    (Source: Energy Solutions Center)

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  • Clean And Safe

    "Natural gas is clean and safe for your family and the environment"

    Compared to other fossil fuels, natural gas is the cleanest
    - producing fewer harmful emissions which contribute to greenhouse gases.

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  • Reliable

    "Natural gas is reliable and convenient"

    Piped right to your home, natural gas is always there when you need it
    - no tanks to monitor, calling around for deliveries or worries about running out of fuel.

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  • Abundant

    "Domestic supplies are abundant"

    The U.S. has a total natural gas resource base of 1,836 trillion cubic feet (Tcf)
    and a total available future supply equaling approximately 100 years.

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