Natural Gas

Got Gas? Kitchens Next Front in Greenhouse Gas Fight

By Jon Anderson / July 26, 2019 / 1 Comment

Is your kitchen the next battleground over the greenhouse gases? Natural gas has been viewed as a “clean” alternative, but it got that moniker back when the lion’s share of electricity was generated by coal. With coal on the dwindle, there is a new interest in what natural gas leaves behind. For every million BTUs […]

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Texas Energy Costs Not the Worst in the Nation, Unless …

By Bethany Erickson / July 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

Texas isn’t the worst when it comes to energy costs (that dubious honor goes to Connecticut) or the best (Washington D.C.). In fact, the Lone Star State is toward the bottom when it comes to overall costs, however, anybody with an electric bill and a desire to avoid sweating will be wholly unsurprised to know […]

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After Reporting Gas Smells on West Shore, Lakewood Resident Says Atmos Energy Response Was Admirable

By Joanna England / February 15, 2016 / 1 Comment

First off: Did you know that natural gas doesn’t really have a smell? An “odorant” is added to it before it’s pumped through the lines and into your home, giving it that well-known rotten egg smell. If you get a whiff of odorant, you should get out of your home and call 911, according to […]

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