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Natural Gas History

The first commercialised natural gas occurred in Britain and used it in 1785 to light houses and streets. The United States used natural gas for the same purpose in 1816, produced from coal. Over the next years, natural gas was used exclusively as a light source, and in 1885 Robert Bunsen’s invention opened new opportunities for its use. After building effective pipelines in the 20th century, the natural expanded to home heating and cooking. Furthermore, its use expanded to appliances such as oven ranges and water heaters, manufacturing and processing plants, and boilers to generate electricity.

What is the use of natural gas?

Natural gas commodity is a vital fuel source as its use is to produce power, heat homes, and do other commercials, residential and industrial functions. It is the cleanest-burning fossil fuel, abundant and cheap, making it a critical “bridge fuel” during the transition to carbon-free alternatives such as wind, solar, and geothermal energy.

What affects the price of natural gas?

The amount of natural gas production, the level of natural gas in storage and volumes of natural gas imports and exports are some of the major supply-side factors contributing to natural gas prices. In addition, variations in winter and summer weather, the lever of economic growth and the availability and prices of other fuels can cause large changes in natural gas prices, especially during the winter months.

Natural Gas News

The European Commission has endorsed gas and nuclear as ‘green’ transition energies, which means that both energy sources will make it into the EU’s sustainable finance taxonomy. This is a technical rulebook that steers investors towards climate-conscious projects. The European Commission confirmed the place of fossil gas and nuclear on the bloc’s route to reach net-zero by 2050.

Natural Gas Forex Chart
Instrument: Natural Gas CFD
Spread: 0.004
Leverage: 10:1
Margin: 0.1
Minimum Nominal Trade Size: 1000
Overnight Interest (daily) Sell: -.20 %
Overnight Interest (daily) Buy: -20%
Trading Hours (GMT): 24/5
MT5 / MT4 Symbol: XNGUSD

Natural Gas FAQ

There are two forms of natural gas used in vehicles: compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG). Both forms are domestically produced, relatively low priced, and commercially available.

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