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Natural Gas: America's Clean, Abundant Energy Resource

America's energy landscape is growing thanks to the safe and responsible development of our domestic natural gas resources. Advances in drilling technology have unlocked generations of supply, which provides consumers with an affordable and cleaner alternative to traditional sources of energy. This new paradigm creates new opportunities across this country for people who are looking to improve the way we power our lives.

ANGA, in partnership with The Hill, published a supplement to showcase the many benefits that increased development and use of natural gas can bring to our nation.  We believe that the diversity of authors featured in this document is evidence of the versatility of this tremendous resource.  We hope you learn something new, and we encourage you to share it with your friends and colleagues.

Download the supplement here.

  • America's Energy Now – Natural Gas by Regina Hopper, President and CEO of ANGA
  • Natural Gas Big Part of U.S. Electricity Mix by Thomas A. Fanning, Chairman, President and CEO of Southern Company
  • Natural Gas & America's Clean Energy Future by James A. Harmon, Chairman World Resources Institute and the Caravel Fund
  • Utah Leads in Natural Gas Refueling by Rep. Jim Matheson (D-Utah)
  • U.S. Manufacturing Rebound Fueled by Affordable, Abundant Natural Gas Resource by David E. Dismukes, Professor and Director of Policy Analysis, Center for Energy Studies, Louisiana State University
  • Natural Gas Trucks Help Waste Management Meet Clean Air Goals by David Steiner, President and CEO Waste Management
  • Natural Gas: Steel's Double-Edged Plowshare by John P. Surma, Chairman and CEO United States Steel Corporation

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