Which gas suppliers have the most natural gas supplies?

It’s been more than three months since the U.S. energy market suffered a massive spike in natural gas production, with the average gas price in the country skyrocketing from $1.30 per million British thermal units (Btu) to $2.45 per million Btu.

But the spike has left some producers scrambling to find new supplies, and they’ve been busy filling up.

The most common type of natural gas is natural gas from shale gas, which has been abundant for decades but has not been as abundant as conventional gas.

However, that has changed.

Today, there are more natural gas producing wells than in any year since records began in 1950, and the amount of gas produced has grown by nearly 25 per cent since 2010.

Natural gas production has more than doubled since 2010 and peaked at 2.2 billion cubic feet per day (bcf/d) in 2018.

In addition, natural gas storage facilities are rapidly becoming obsolete.

There are only five storage facilities in the United States that are capable of storing enough natural gas to meet peak demand.

The remaining facilities can only store about 5.3 billion cubic metres of gas per day.

In Canada, the U, and Canada, natural oil is the most common gas source, but it is also the source of the most greenhouse gas emissions.

Natural oil is typically produced from tight oil and other natural gas deposits, but a variety of sources, including shale gas and natural gas liquids, are used in the production of natural oil.

There is some debate about whether shale gas is the best option for producing natural gas in Canada.

The majority of Canadian shale gas fields are located in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia.

Alberta, which is a province of Alberta, has had a very low natural gas market since the 1970s.

In 2015, Alberta announced it would not expand its shale gas production and instead would use the oil sands as its primary source of natural resources.

But there are signs that shale gas can help the province meet its energy needs.

In fact, Alberta’s oil sands are currently producing over one million barrels per day of oil, compared to a typical natural gas-producing well in the province of 1.4 million bpd.

But it is unclear whether the oil industry is willing to invest in developing a shale gas-to-oil transition in Alberta.

According to a report released by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, there has been a 25 per-cent decline in Canadian oil production since the beginning of the fracking boom in 2010.

In the last five years, the average Canadian oil field has seen production decrease by about 50 per cent.

In a recent report, the Canadian Energy Research Institute found that Alberta’s natural gas resources could be “sufficiently diversified to meet Alberta’s energy needs in the medium term” but it would require additional investments.

The energy sector’s lack of energy diversification has created a financial risk for the sector, with prices of natural-gas-based products like gasoline, diesel, heating oil, and condensate prices dropping as the industry continues to expand.

In response to the downturn in the natural gas industry, Canada is now working on legislation that would provide a federal tax credit to help the sector diversify its resources.

The bill, the New Natural Gas Tax Credit Act, would provide $300 million to support the development of new projects to increase the supply of natural natural gas and diversify the energy market.

According in a recent briefing, the legislation is expected to be introduced by the end of 2018.

While the tax credit is designed to encourage investment in the oil and gas sector, it also provides the government with the power to tax the companies that sell natural gas as well as those that lease natural gas rights.

In order to encourage new investments, the government would also be able to introduce a number of other measures, such as a cap on the amount that oil and natural-oil companies can charge for leasing rights, a moratorium on oil and oil-based extraction from public lands, and a cap at the total number of wells a company can extract from public land.

The legislation would also provide the government a number that is designed specifically to help create jobs in the sector.

The government’s goal is to create 3,000 new jobs for Canadians in the energy sector by 2022.

The federal government estimates that there are around 4,500 active natural gas wells in Canada, with an average of nearly 2,000 wells.

The industry has been experiencing a number from a downturn in oil and a decline in the price of natural and non-hydrocarbon fuels to a resurgence in natural-resource prices.

With the government having such a broad portfolio, it would be difficult to develop a strategy to address the natural-resources sector’s issues.

“We have to have the industry look at all options, not just one, and there is no way to avoid the economic challenges the industry is facing,” said Lisa St. Germain, senior vice-