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1.
The Price Increase of Natural Gas

Analysis Paper 1During this winter the price of natural gas has gone through the roof. ... In the short run the supply of natural gas is very inelastic because they cannot just produce more gas. They would need to get more rigs and find more natural gas then drill for it. ... In the long run the market for natural gas is more e...
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Supply and Demand for Natural Gas

The increase in price is largely due to the reduction of natural gas supplied.In the short run, supply and demand for natural gas is relatively inelastic. The supply is inelastic because the quantity of known natural gas reserves and the capacity for natural gas extraction can not be changed in a short amount of time. ... To do so, the&...
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Contaminants from Natural Gas

Methane is the major component of natural gas, which is used in heating, cooling, production of electricity, and many other uses such as the reforming process to manufacture fertilizer.Natural gas is found by drilling into the earth's crust where pockets were trapped thousands of years ago. ... The removal of these impurities occurs in what is ...
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Today's Rising Gas Prices

Cause and Effects on Today's Rising Gas Prices Natural gas is not a renewable resource, since there is a fixed amount of it trapped in the Earth. However, many people carry the misconception that there is a very limited amount of natural gas, and that we may use all of it up. ... People are often confused by the difference in &q...
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Liquid Fuels From Natural Gas

One of these alternative fuels may come in the form of natural gas. Natural gas has been found to be more plentiful than oil, and it burns cleaner. ... Natural gas is mostly made up of methane, and at room temperature and pressure is a gas. ... Another way of lowering costs of conversion of natural gas is to convert it in a...
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The Natural Resources of the United States

Natural resources such as coal, natural gas, oil, and water are critical to our existance as a people. For example, our homes are heated by precious natural gas, our automobiles are fueled by gas as well. ... Precious natural resources found in the bottom of the earth's crust in-clude, oil, gas, and coal which we use fo...
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C F Braun Description of Ammonia Synthesis

There are several processes to produce ammonia synthesis gas. The C F Braun (now may be referenced as Kellogg) process is one of the most current and acceptable processes due to the fact that the natural gas feed is less expensive than hydrogen generated from coke and water. ... For the present time, the steam/air reforming concepts based&...
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The Energy of Fossil Fuels

There are three major fossil fuels: Coal, oil and natural gas. ... Often, natural gas is found with oil. ... Natural gas is a colorless, odorless gas. ... Also, as it gets more rare, natural gas will be more expensive to locate. However, natural gas is seen by many as the fuel of the future. ...
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Chemical Compositions of Fossil Fuels

There are three major fossil fuels: Coal, oil and natural gas. ... Often, natural gas is found with oil. ... Natural gas is a colorless, odorless gas. ... Also, as it gets more rare, natural gas will be more expensive to locate. However, natural gas is seen by many as the fuel of the future. ...
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Fossil Fuel

There are three major fossil fuels: Coal, oil and natural gas. ... Often, natural gas is found with oil. ... Natural gas is a colorless, odorless gas. ... Also, as it gets more rare, natural gas will be more expensive to locate. However, natural gas is seen by many as the fuel of the future. ...
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Chesapeake Energy Corporation

Oil and Gas IndustryChesapeake Energy CorporationFirm DescriptionChesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE: CHK), headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, "owns 1.1 trillion cubic feet equivalent (tcfe) of proved oil and gas reserves, one of the largest inventories of onshore U.S. natural gas" {Chesapeake Annual Report, 1998, p. 1}. ....
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Alternative Source of Fuels

Another source of alternative fuel that is widely in use today, is natural gas. ... Natural gas is mostly composed of methane, which is a naturally occurring gas in the atmosphere. ... Presently, natural gas is a popular alternative to gasoline. ... Natural gas is a very realistic alternative to gasoline for two main reasons. ... Secondly, natural ga...
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Alternative Fuel Supply

Natural gas is mostly composed of methane, which is a naturally occurring gas in the atmosphere. ... But, when natural gas is either burned not to completion or incorrectly, vast amounts of methane is released, which is a greenhouse gas. ... The only pro to offset this downside, is that natural gas has just about the same energy content as...
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Definition of Natural Law

But what Is Natural Law? The name natural law can be misleading. ... An example of a scientific law is Boyle's law in physics, which states that, the product of the pressure and the specific volume of a gas at constant temperature are constant. ... His famous essay on "Natural Law" is of fundamental importance to any contemporar...
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Fossil Fuel Energy

An example of how oil and natural gas is formed is show. ... Natural gas burns in home furnaces and ranges. Natural gas is lighter than air. Natural gas is mostly made up of a gas called methane. ... Natural gas usually has no odor and you can't see it. ...
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What Is A

In the fall of 1998 a driver of a tanker truck carrying 10,500 gallons of liquefied natural gas was killed when his vehicle flipped over on busy Route 128 in Woburn, MA, raking down about 300 ft. of guardrail. ... About one mile of the highway was closed between Routes 93 and 38 because the gas carried a high methane content and autho...
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Our Energy Supply

The common fossil fuels are coal, peat, lignite, petroleum, and natural gas. ... Natural gas is a natural mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons found from the ground or obtained from specially driven wells. The composition of natural gas varies in different localities. ... Its principal use is as a supplement to natural gas during periods of heavy demand.&...
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Analysis on Organic Compounds

A wide variety of classes of substances, such as drugs, vitamins, plastics, natural and synthetic fibers, as well as carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, consist of organic molecules. ... The consequences of the unique properties of carbon are manifest in the simplest class of organic compounds-the aliphatic, or straight-chain, hydrocarbons.To begin...
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The Increase in the Earth's Average Atmospheric Temperature

GREENHOUSE EFFECT- heating of the atmosphere resulting from the absorption by certain gases of solar energy that has been captured and reradiated by the earth's surface. DESERTIFICATION - the processes by which an area becomes a desert.DEFORESTIFICATION- the processes that result in the change of forested lands to non-forest usesFOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION- burn...
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Misconceptions on Greenhouse Effect Phenomenon

This is a gross misunderstanding; actually, the greenhouse effect is a natural occurrence. ... Water vapor makes up 97% of all greenhouse gases. ... About 4% of the carbon dioxide going into the atmosphere is due to man-made carbon dioxide coming from the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas. ... The natural CO...
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Propane Properties

Propane occurs in nature in natural gas (in its dissolved form of course) in crude oil; its separated in large quantities from natural gas, light crude oil, and oil-refininery gases and is commercially available as liquefied propane or as a major constituent of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). ... Homebuyers prefer gas energy because it is clean...
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"The Greenhouse Effect"

The natural greenhouse effect is a phenomenon created by the heat energy radiated by the sun and greenhouse gases (water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and halocarbons) normally present in the atmosphere. ... In this equilibrium, the natural greenhouse effect maintains the earth's temperature at tolerable label. ... Only about 1 per cent...
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Compressed Natural Gas

CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) is another alternative to gas that has not been addressed nearly as much as other solutions. ... One of the most protested products of oil combustion is the production of Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Methane Gas, and noxious Hydrocarbons (Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition). ... Also, Methane Gas, when mixed with...
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Pollution in Australia

Appliance approvals Natural gas is expected to increase its share of the market in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. ... The Approval Scheme covers natural gas, towns gas and LPG and includes emission standards appropriate to the type of appliance concerned. 3. ... As part of the Gas Industry Development Strategy, the AGA commis...
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Alternative Automobile Fuels to Reduce Pollution

Some examples of alternative fuels are natural gas, propane, methanol and ethanol, which when compared with gasoline and diesel are hardly used at all. ... Propane, ethanol, methanol and natural gas fuels all meet these requirements.Propane is a fuel which is already being used as an alternative. ... it can be produced from natural gas, coal or&#...
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