The United States has vast reserves of natural gas. That abundance, combined with its low-emissions and reliability, make natural gas a building block of the clean energy future and an affordable and low-carbon energy choice for consumers at home and across the globe.

  • By homes for heating and cooking
  • By industry for manufacturing essential products as varied as steel, medical equipment and fertilizer
  • By grocery stores, hotels and restaurants for heat, power and dehumidification;
  • By trucks, buses and cars for clean fuel; and
  • By utilities and power producers to generate reliable electricity with low emissions.

In addition to the numerous uses for natural gas, LNG in its liquid form can be use in the marine and mining spaces as fuel. Learn more about LNG as a fuel here.