Natural gas has come a long way since the Chinese first transported it in 500 B.C. through bamboo shoots to boil sea water, and make drinkable.

Nowadays, natural gas is the world’s fastest growing fossil fuel, with global consumption expected to jump from 113.0 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) in 2010 to 185.0 Tcf in 2040. The United States, already believed to be the world’s leading natural gas producer, is at the forefront of supplying the anticipated 64% increase in global demand. The Energy Information Association (EIA) believes the U.S. will bec...


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