Based on educational material from the Institute of Gas Technology, this new nontechnical guide to the natural gas industry provides a balanced overview of the natural gas process from wellhead to burnertip, from exploration to end usage, while briefly addressing futures trends, resources, and supply and demand. Readers will gain a general understanding of natural gas history and uses, exploration techniques, production and treating, pipelines, storage, transportation and marketing, economic and contractual uses, and regulatory issues.Residential. Uses. Heating is by far the most important use of gas in Americaa#39;s residences, with water heating being the second largest. Single-family homes typically use a central heating system powered by a gas warm-air furnace (Fig. 7- 2).
|Title||:||Natural Gas in Nontechnical Language|
|Author||:||Rebecca L. Busby, Institute of Gas Technology|
|Publisher||:||PennWell Books - 1999-01-01|