Question by  RuaanHarmzen (13)

Where do utility companies get natural gas?


Answer by  catnerdnick (18)

Natural gas is a byproduct of the decomposition of plant matter over long periods of time and as such is found in the places in which other such byproducts (that is, coal and oil) are found. As natural gas is lighter than coal or oil, it is found in pockets on top of them, deep underground.


Answer by  joe21 (26)

Natural gas is found deep underground. Utility companies drill into the ground and remove it from underground deposits through pipes drilled into the ground.

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