• Gas Tap

    The U.S. once relied on large quantities of coal and oil for electric generation and home heating. However, rising awareness of the need for clean energy has created a growing demand for natural gas. Power stations now use clean-burning gas. And millions of homeowners around the nation switched to natural gas for their home-heating, cooking, […]
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  • Abundantly Clear

    Did you know that natural gas is so energy efficient that it is being used more often in power plants to generate electricity? The fact is, the direct use of natural gas is three times more efficient than using electricity to run home appliances. How can that be? The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)’s Johnathan […]
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  • Dream Kitchen

    In many homes, the kitchen is the hub of the house. So perhaps it’s not surprising that kitchens are where homeowners put a lot of remodeling dollars and effort. Over the last five years, nearly 40 percent of the money homeowners spent in home improvement went into kitchen remodels, according to a recent survey by […]
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  • On the Move

    In many ways, the 20th century was defined by gasoline and the automobile. The entire landscape of the planet changed to accommodate cars. For example, according to the American Road and Transportation Association, roads now cover 17,947 square miles of American land with an estimated 253 million passenger vehicles (reported by HIS Markit) registered in […]
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