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English sentences with liquefied natural gas in context,

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We've been exporting liquefied natural gas for a while now.
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Also in the last minutes of 2014, FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) approved Cheniere Energy's request to build its Corpus Christi LNG (liquefied natural gas) Terminal in southern Texas.
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Dictionary
liquefied natural gas (noun)

  • natural gas that has been cooled and compressed to liquid form for transport and storage
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An energy union would also help augment infrastructure needed to import liquefied natural gas from other suppliers, including the United States.
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Liquefied Natural Gas is the first thing that came up.
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Liquefied natural gas
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US and European officials have been trying to find ways to help Ukraine limit its dependence, including the possibility of the US approving the export liquefied natural gas.
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The 2022 WC is part of a larger vision to have Qatar be a cultural and economic hub by 2030, with different infrastructure improvements planned to finish about/before that time, all to help Qatar expand beyond it's reliance on profits from Petroleum and Liquefied Natural Gas sales.
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Also, just to be fair here... A lot of fleet vehicles run off liquefied natural gas.
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My personally bet is a Liquefied Natural Gas Tanker being torched off in the harbor.
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Do you have CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) or LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas - Propane) available in your area?
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Fortunately upon inspection I found out they have a high efficiency natural gas furnace.
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Russia is the enemy because we are looking at a future where overpopulation and diminishing natural gas and oil reserves, coupled with climate change drastically altering our ability to grow enough food, means tough competition for natural resources.
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No natural gas out here and propane is really expensive and when your heat is firewood it's hard to justify a propane tank for the stove.
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Gas: yes, natural gas heat for our home.
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The SRBs are like natural gas burners in that they're at full power the instant they're lit.
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Last year I was paying $300/month in natural gas during Dec-Mar.
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We use this reaction to help determine the content of H2S gas in natural gas extracted from a well.
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Fracking is used for both oil and natural gas extraction.
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Mr pegulas investments are with natural gas and some with oil but take note that he has sold a significant portion of his company in 2010 for $4.7 billion and again this year for $1.75 billion.
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He still maintains assets in natural gas
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In the video they state that it's gas to liquid, which simply means they're turning natural gas into gasoline or other long chain hydrocarbons.
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From there, small-ish diesel, natural gas, or propane generators are the easiest and cheapest methods to produce the kinds of power these places need.
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That buys a lot of wind, solar, and natural gas generation.
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Tax breaks are not subsidies, and the only tax breaks the oil and natural gas industry receives are those similar to every other company in comparative manufacturing industries.
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3- Even you disregard both of my first points, the oil and natural gas industry is hundreds of times larger than the renewable energy industry.
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If they received the same subsidies as percentage of revenue, of course the oil and natural gas industry's would be higher- because their revenue is higher.
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And we can't even change that because the whole country runs on coal and natural gas
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But we've had natural gas in Chicago for a loooong time, and it's both heavily subsidized and naturally cheap.
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My parents just converted their hot tub to run with a natural gas water heater and save a lot of cash during the summer when it's in operation.
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Why would natural gas heating be involved in this?
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The closest thing we have to renewable clean energy is nuclear, and that industry is being destroyed by cheap natural gas prices driving the cost of energy down.
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No one needing a primer on these processes will need much information beyond CO2 can be turned into green natural gas or gasoline.
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Not to mention the massive surplus of natural gas in the US since horizontal drilling combined with hydraulic fracturing.
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The US will be exporting natural gas for the first ever time this year.
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Or, as I suspect you will, you can continue living in your comfortable little fantasy world of propaganda films, taking advantage of modern society's benefits while hypocritically shouting to the heavens and anyone who'll listen how "evil" we are for using coal and oil and natural gas and nuclear power.
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Where China can build massive coal mines and coal generators for power India needs to buy foreign resources (coal, oil, natural gas or nuclear reactors) for power.
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Low prices for always on power like nuclear and high prices for peak demand like natural gas power.
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Or if needed, in the case of my local utility, they have 2 natural gas jet turbine generators they can fire up to make up the difference if there is not enough energy to buy or the market price energy is higher than the cost to fire it up.
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You should look at the chart for natural gas.
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The biggest issue right now is the incredibly cheap natural gas prices that make nuclear less appealing.
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Nuclear should replace coal, solar and win for as much as possible with natural gas providing the difference.
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It certainly does happen, and you should respect natural gas.
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That GLOBAL drop in demand for oil caused the drop in gas prices just like cheap natural gas has caused it to fall again.
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About 67% of the electricity generated was from fossil fuel (coal, natural gas, and petroleum), with 39% attributed from coal.
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We would be economically crippled if coal, oil and natural gas weren't used.
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Did you know that most of the LNG plants on the East Coast were originally as liquification plants for importing LGN, but since the late 2000's they've found so much domestic natural gas and low prices in the US that they are retrofitting the plants to be liquifaction plants.
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Additionally, gas turbine plants (running on natural gas usually) can be throttled up or down quickly, which allows them to smooth out demand.
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Unless you think it's different folk producing natural gas as opposed to oil or some separate set of companies consuming natural gas as opposed to coal for generation.
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Without checking I'm reasonably sure the majority of our electricity in Alberta comes from natural gas and I also heat my home with natural gas.
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