65 Natural Gas Quotes On Success In Life

These natural gas quotes will inspire you. Natural gas is a mixture of gases. It consists mainly of hydrocarbons.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging natural gas quotes, natural gas sayings, and natural gas proverbs.

Best Natural Gas Quotes

  1. “Natural gas is hemispheric; I like to call it hemispheric in nature, because it is a product that we can find in our neighborhoods.” ~ George W. Bush
  2. “Natural gas is the future. It is here.” ~ Bill Richardson
  3. “If we dont continue to pursue alternative, emissions-free energy sources like nuclear fuel, we are at risk of increasing our dependence on costly natural gas.” ~ Judy Biggert
  4. “Finally, we should help developing nations like China and India curb their exponentially increasing consumption of oil and natural gas, which is driving world prices higher.” ~ Bobby Jindal
  5. “Natural gas is a very flexible source of energy that can help us bridge the gap between our current high-carbon economy and our zero-carbon future.” ~ Katharine Hayhoe

  6. “I believe in natural gas as a clean, cheap alternative to fossil fuels.” ~ Nancy Pelosi
  7. “There’s no question that natural gas is a lot better than coal or oil, in the sense that natural gas produces less carbon per unit of energy produced.” ~ Katharine Hayhoe”
  8. “In the near future, despite the development of alternative energy, when you look at the economics and environmental standards, then there’s no other source of primary energy in the world than natural gas. Well, perhaps there is nuclear energy but there are also a lot of issues there and there are opponents of nuclear energy. Gas doesn’t have those opponents. But there is a country that is, obviously, the world leader in gas reserves. That’s our country, the Russian Federation.” ~ Vladimir Putin , Natural gas quotes future
  9. “Compared to coal, which generates almost half the electricity in the United States, natural gas is indeed a cleaner, less polluting fuel. But compared to, say, solar, it’s filthy. And of course there is nothing renewable about natural gas.” ~ Jeff Goodell
  10. I want to control our own energy by developing oil and natural gas but also the energy sources of the future.” ~ Barack Obama

  11. “I will fight for oil, coal and natural gas.” ~ Mitt Romney
  12. “I was born in Siberia, which supplies nearly 80 percent of Russia’s oil and natural gas resources, so I’ve always been aware of how big a pollutant that industry is. But it was a huge wake-up call to learn that the fashion industry is the second-largest polluter after oil.” ~ Miroslava Duma
  13. “There is an urgent need to stop subsidizing the fossil fuel industry, dramatically reduce wasted energy, and significantly shift our power supplies from oil, coal, and natural gas to wind, solar, geothermal, and other renewable energy sources.” ~”First, we have to find a common vocabulary for energy security. This notion has a radically different meaning for different people. For Americans it is a geopolitical question. For the Europeans right now it is very much focused on the dependence on imported natural gas.” ~ Daniel Yergin Bill McKibben
  14. “…the era of cheap oil and natural gas is coming to a crashing end, with global oil production projected to peak in 2010 and North American natural gas extraction rates already in decline. These events will have enormous implications for America’s petroleum-dependent food system” ~ Richard Heinberg
  15. “One point I like to stress is that we should think of coal, oil, natural gas, and nuclear, as clean energy.” ~ Alex Epstein

  16. “Natural gas is the best transportation fuel. It’s better than gasoline or diesel. It’s cleaner, it’s cheaper, and it’s domestic. Natural gas is 97 percent domestic fuel, North America.” ~ T. Boone Pickens
  17. “Shale gas has provided the United States the opportunity to have 100 years of supply that is domestically produced. If we are going to develop natural gas from shale, it has to be done in a safe and responsible manner.” ~ Ken Salazar
  18. “Since the Bush-Cheney Administration took office in January 2001, controlling the major oil and natural gas fields of the world had been the primary, though undeclared, priority of US foreign policy… Not only the invasion of Iraq, but also the toppling of the Taliban in Afghanistan, had nothing to do with ‘democracy,’ and everything to do with pipeline control across Central Asia and the militarization of the Middle East.” ~ F. William Engdahl
  19. “here are problems with the Turkish products inside Russia and the tourism going down. People are worried about that. But the really big economic weapons, oil and especially natural gas, those have not been brought into play yet – mostly in the form of threat so far. So basically the view from here is that, yeah, things are getting bad, but they could still get much, much worse.” ~ Peter Kenyon
  20. “Some studies have shown that natural gas could, in fact, be worse for the climate than coal.” ~ Jeff Goodell

  21. “One of the reasons the United States has actually been reducing its emissions in recent years is actually that there’s been a boom in natural gas. It’s displacing coal. It emits less carbon dioxide when you burn it. This is not really an Obama policy. It’s just something that happened because of technology and the free market.” ~ Chris Mooney
  22. “I would like to draw attention to the fact that we have gone from pure trade [with China] in traditional goods [energy resources, such as hydrocarbons, oil and now natural gas, petrochemicals on the one hand and textiles and footwear on the other] to a whole new level of economic cooperation. For example, we are working together on space programmes. Moreover, we are developing and soon will begin the production of a heavy helicopter. We are now tracing the plan for the creation of a wide-body long-range aircraft.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  23. “I understand the impact of those kinds of factors on job creation. I will have a very different policy. My policy on energy is to take advantage of coal, oil, natural gas, as well as our renewables, and nuclear – make America the largest energy producer in the world.” ~ Mitt Romney
  24. “At the end of the day, natural-gas peakers sit back there and get financed so that the Midwest corridor can have a huge [period] of four to five days of no wind. The peakers are running big time to make that up, because that is the swing piece that can always be turned on.” ~ Bill Gates
  25. “I love nuclear. It does this radiation thing that’s tricky. But they’re good solutions. You know, it was interesting; recently, in Connecticut this natural gas plant blew up 11 guys. It just blew them up.” ~ Bill Gates

  26. “People from the Porter Ranch neighborhood of Los Angeles are starting to return home today. A natural gas well leak in the neighborhood has been permanently sealed. It had been releasing methane and other pollutants into the air for four months. Thousands of people have complained of respiratory illnesses and other problems.” ~ Ari Shapiro
  27. “We do have serious energy needs for the country, we are aware that natural gas is especially in demand because of its air quality benefits: 90 percent of new power plants have been natural gas-powered.” ~ Gale Norton
  28. “In my almost ten years in the House of Representatives, I have voted consistently to allow companies to drill for oil and natural gas in environmentally friendly ways.” ~ Virgil Goode
  29. “Electricity is derived from many non-renewable energy sources like oil, natural gas and coal.” ~ Lamar S. Smith

  30. “Countries around the world are celebrating new oil and natural gas discoveries that hold the promise of greater prosperity for their citizens.” ~ Bob Beauprez
  31. “Up here in Alaska we’re sitting on billions of barrels of oil. We’re sitting on hundreds of trillions of cubic feet of natural gas onshore and offshore. And it seems to be only the Republicans who understand that companies should be competing for the right to tap those resources, and get that energy source flowing into these hungry markets so that we will be less reliant on foreign sources of energy. In a volatile world, relying on foreign regimes that are not friendly to Americans, asking them to ramp up resource production for our benefit, that’s nonsensical.” ~ Sarah Palin
  32. “The momentum of Asia’s economic development is already generating massive pressures for the exploration and exploitation of new sources of energy and the Central Asian region and the Caspian Sea basin are known to contain reserves of natural gas and oil that dwarf those of Kuwait, the Gulf of Mexico, or the North Sea.” ~ Zbigniew Brzezinski
  33. “Moreover, they [the Central Asian Republics] are of importance from the standpoint of security and historical ambitions to at least three of their most immediate and more powerful neighbors, namely Russia, Turkey and Iran, with China also signaling an increasing political interest in the region. But the Eurasian Balkans are infinitely more important as a potential economic prize: an enormous concentration of natural gas and oil reserves is located in the region, in addition to important minerals, including gold.” ~ Zbigniew Brzezinski
  34. “I have come to believe that extracting natural gas from shale using the newish technique called hydrofracking is the environmental issue of our time. And I think you should, too.” ~ Sandra Steingraber

  35. “Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket… Because I’m capping greenhouse gasses, coal power plants, natural gas…you name it…whatever the plants were, whatever the industry was, they would have to retro-fit their operations. That will cost money…they will pass that money on to the consumers.” ~ Barack Obama
  36. “Guns are always the best method for a private suicide. They are more stylish looking than single-edged razor blades and natural gas has got so expensive. Drugs are too chancy. You might miscalculate the dosage and just have a good time.” ~ P. J. O’Rourke
  37. “It’s not unexpected that shooting massive amounts of water, sand, and chemicals at high pressure into the earth to shatter shale and release natural gas might shake things up. But earthquakes aren’t the worst problem with fracking.” ~ David Suzuki
  38. “Among the many important provisions in the energy bill are the creation of an estimated half million new jobs, increased oil production, blackout protection, controlling fertilizer costs by stabilizing natural gas prices and enacting new efficiency benchmarks.” ~ Paul Gillmor
  39. “Our nation is well equipped to make the transition. We have an abundance of natural resources like wind, natural gas, solar and geothermal.” ~ Julia Gillard

  40. “Rural American families who depend on firewood to heat their homes will be hit just as hard as those who use oil and natural gas.” ~ Richard Pombo
  41. “Mark Ruffalo, aka the Incredible Hulk, is the natural gas industry’s worst nightmare: a serious, committed activist who is determined to use his star power as a superhero in the hottest movie of the moment to draw attention the environmental and public health risks of fracking.” ~ Jeff Goodell
  42. “The fossil fuel industry will inevitably have to experience major cutbacks and, over the longer term, near-total demise. There is simply no choice in the matter if we believe the research produced by climate scientists. The profits of oil, coal, and natural gas companies will have to yield to the imperative of sustaining life on earth.” ~ Robert Pollin
  43. “We should start by allowing drilling in Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuge. It can provide billions of barrels of recoverable oil and trillions of cubic feet of recoverable natural gas.” ~ Mac Thornberry
  44. “The profits of oil, coal, and natural gas companies will have to yield to the imperative of sustaining life on earth.” ~ Robert Pollin

  45. “Winning control of the Senate would allow Republicans to pass a whole range of measures now being held up by Reid, often at the behest of the White House. Make it a major reform agenda. The centerpiece might be tax reform, both corporate and individual. It is needed, popular and doable. Then go for the low-hanging fruit enjoying wide bipartisan support, such as the Keystone XL pipeline and natural gas exports, most especially to Eastern Europe. One could then add border security, energy deregulation and health-care reform that repeals the more onerous Obamacare mandates.” ~ Charles Krauthammer
  46. “Russia has the ability to control Ukraine’s economic future because of the natural gas pipeline link. And as a result, that means that Russia has just all along been in a stronger bargaining position.” ~ Kimberly Zisk Marten
  47. “It is true that building a green economy will not be good for everyone’s jobs. Notably, people working in the fossil fuel industry will face major job losses. The communities in which these jobs are concentrated will also face significant losses. But the solution here is straightforward: Just Transition policies for the workers, families and communities who will be hurt as the coal, oil and natural gas industries necessarily contract to zero over roughly the next 30 years.” ~ Robert Pollin
  48. “Turkey’s relations with its immediate neighbors are improving. They were pretty bad for a long time – with Syria they were abominable, and with Iran they were pretty bad. In both cases Turkey sees potential for trade, especially with Iran, where it gets a lot of natural gas. In good times Iran and Turkey find mutually profitable objects of exchange, but with Syria things have been very bad; Syria doesn’t have much money and never will.” ~ Andrew Mango
  49. “The great thing about cheap natural gas, again it’s cheap, and it provides a cleaner alternative to coal. But it’s still a fossil fuel, and because it’s still a fossil fuel, it still emits carbon.” ~ Thomas Friedman

  50. “We are killing, absolutely killing our energy business in this country. Now I’m all for alternative forms of energy, including wind, including solar, et cetera, but we need much more than wind and solar. You look at our miners, Hillary Clinton wants to put all the miners out of business. There is a thing called clean coal. Coal will last for 1,000 years in this country. Now we have natural gas and so many other things because of technology. We have unbelievable, we have found over the last seven years, we have found tremendous wealth under our feet. So good.” ~ Donald Trump
  51. “We’ve got to control our own energy. Now, not only oil and natural gas, which we’ve been investing in; but also, we’ve got to make sure we’re building the energy source of the future, not just thinking about next year, but ten years from now, 20 years from now. That’s why we’ve invested in solar and wind and biofuels, energy efficient cars.” ~ Barack Obama
  52. “Even if America tomorrow – and it won’t happen overnight – but if we did reduce our demand for gas and natural gas and crude oil by a significant degree, that does have an exponential effect on producers in the Middle East, everything else being equal. But if China’s demand is growing and India’s demand is growing, they are not going back.” ~ Thomas Friedman
  53. “We are, however, producing a lot of natural gas, which serves as a bridge to more renewable fuels. And I think that’s an important transition.” ~ Hillary Clinton

  54. “I will lift the restrictions on the production of American energy, which is getting clobbered with the EPA, and by the way, and with the restrictions – including shale, oil, natural gas, and clean coal. We are putting our miners back to work.” ~ Donald Trump
  55. “When I go up there, I see coal lobbyists, oil lobbyists, natural gas lobbyists, nuclear power lobbyists, somehow they think that’s where the action is in Congress.” ~ Ralph Nader
  56. “What I want is natural gas to be a bridge to a cleaner energy future, not a dam against a cleaner energy future, not a dead end. To get this right, to get the most out of it, we not only have to make sure we exploit natural gas in a clean way – it’s a challenge – but we also have to make sure that we are instilling and implementing all the incentives to win solar, nuclear energy efficiency that will make them continually competitive with natural gas in the future.” ~ Thomas Friedman
  57. “I think natural gas has been a big part of the solution if in fact we need to reduce man-generated carbon dioxide emissions.” ~ Todd Young

  58. “Other than areas of high-tech, fracking is probably one of the largest areas where concentrated growth in America’s economy is taking place. There are oil booms in the Dakotas, in North Dakota. They are having to build entire cities, towns, to house employees showing up to work in fracking. The left is trying to shut it down under some claim that it destroys the environment. Natural gas and oil, of course, are the evil twins of opposition to the mainstream environmentalist wacko movement.” ~ Rush Limbaugh
  59. “Today, natural gas now outstrips coal as the leading provider of electricity in America. If this is as big as people believe it is, natural gas will soon be powering trucks and marine ships. Maybe even standard commercial cars that people use at home through compressed natural gas, other gas to liquids. The potential is there for more energy independence by America and a reliance on cleaner fuel – natural gas emits half as much as coal, in terms of carbon emissions. That’s a real bounty.” ~ Thomas Friedman
  60. “When you frack a well, you’re exploding methane up into the atmosphere. So, Barack Obama, by supporting natural gas, and also talking about climate change is literally burning his own inaugural address. And he’s doing it with natural gas.” ~ Josh Fox
  61. “Hydraulic fracking is very much a necessary part of the future of natural gas.” ~ Ken Salazar

  62. “We simply have to transition from an economy based almost exclusively on oil and coal and natural gas to one that’s far more diversified, that uses solar energy, and wind energy, and the power of the tides, and bio-mass energy, and eventually, develops hydrogen.” ~ William J. Clinton
  63. “Turkeys energy bill due to imports will fall with the increase in use of renewable energy sources. We have no control over the prices of petroleum and natural gas.” ~ Ali Babacan
  64. “We must proceed with our own energy development. Exploitation of domestic petroleum and natural gas potentialities, along with nuclear, solar, geothermal, and non-fossil fuels is vital. We will never again permit any foreign nation to have Uncle Sam over a barrel of oil.” ~ Gerald R. Ford
  65. “If wells are constructed right and operated right, hydraulic fracturing will not cause a problem. … Our natural gas supplies would plummet precipitously without hydraulic fracturing.” ~ Scott Anderson

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