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Getting natural gas out of the ground and ready for use in homes, schools, shopping centers, hospitals, industrial parks, and even your favorite restaurant can be complicated. Natural gas cannot be used right out of the ground, it needs to be cleaned and processed, then distributed through pipelines, before it is safe and ready to use.
According to the American Gas Association (www.aga.org), natural gas pipelines transport approximately one-fourth of the energy consumed in the U.S., and are an essential part of the nation’s infrastructure. Since 1990, the industry has added more than 292,200 miles of transmission pipelines to serve more than 18 million new customers. (AGA Report July 2016)
Start your journey at #1 and see how the natural gas gets to your home!