Meaning of natural gas in English:

natural gas


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mass noun
  • Flammable gas, consisting largely of methane and other hydrocarbons, occurring naturally underground (often in association with petroleum) and used as fuel.

    ‘This type of ceiling heater usually uses propane or natural gas as the fuel source.’
    • ‘The country's main exports are crude oil, petroleum products, and natural gas.’
    • ‘These cars are expected to use hydrogen taken from fossil sources such as natural gas or methanol.’
    • ‘The power station will be fuelled by natural gas from the offshore Kudu gas field.’
    • ‘At that time, there will be two nets providing coal gas and natural gas for Shanghai local residents.’
    • ‘Renewable energy is also the answer to imminent crude oil and natural gas shortages affecting fuel and heating needs.’
    • ‘The fact of the matter is that gasoline is far more flammable than liquid natural gas.’
    • ‘At present most hydrogen is produced from natural gas and it takes much more energy to create it than it saves.’
    • ‘No wonder then that most countries are opting for natural gas as the preferred fuel.’
    • ‘Methane is a natural gas produced mainly by bacteria which live in oxygen-free and low oxygen environments.’
    • ‘The burning of natural gas produces almost half of that state's electricity.’
    • ‘Regulation over natural gas producers was lifted in most areas of the country 10 years ago.’
    • ‘The project partners plan to produce liquefied natural gas to sell in Asia.’
    • ‘Large sections of public land will be opened to natural gas exploration and production.’
    • ‘Even natural gas, the cleanest of fossil fuels, still has to be processed to remove impurities.’
    • ‘Methane is the main component of natural gas, and is trapped in coal and released during mining.’
    • ‘The houses are heated by natural gas and each house will have a gas coal-effect fire fitted as standard.’
    • ‘So even though it is handled much like natural gas, it is not harmful to breathe if it leaks.’
    • ‘In eight hours the well produced enough to meet New Zealand's natural gas needs for a day.’
    • ‘The land was blessed with natural resources of oil, natural gas and a lake of pitch.’