"We're always building for the future. That means investing in sustainability, and working to reduce our environmental impact. Natural gas is a big part of that commitment." - Kim Day, CEO, Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport uses natural gas to heat more than 5.5 million square feet of buildings, move thousands of employees, passengers and bags each day, and generate electricity to reliably power its critical systems.
Every day, Americans commute to work, charge their phones and do a number of things that require reliable energy. But how often do we take a moment to stop and consider where our energy comes from?
One source of abundant, American energy is natural gas. It's used to generate power, fuel our transportation needs, and serve as a critical building block in American manufacturing. Through each of these uses, natural gas is reducing emissions, lowering the cost of energy and creating jobs.
With natural gas, America is on a path toward a better energy future. Think about it.
America is experiencing a manufacturing renaissance. With access to affordable supplies of natural gas, industries are expanding their operations in the U.S. and creating jobs. This economic activity is breathing new life into towns across the country, where jobs were once sent elsewhere in search of affordable energy sources.THINK ABOUT IT
Across the country, family-owned farms struggle with the challenges of today's economy. However, with responsible natural gas development, some farms are finding a solution to keep the farms in the family, providing lasting income.THINK ABOUT IT
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