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Appalachia drives U.S. natural gas production growth

The Appalachia Basin produces 45 percent of U.S. gas

Appalachia is largely a dry gas play with no flaring of associated gas.

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Stable Supply During Global Energy Uncertainty

Appalachia Unaffected By Global Instability or Supply Chain Issues

LNG is a Reliable Energy with Proven Clean Energy Results Around the World

The European Commission recently classified natural gas as a sustainable, green energy source, opening natural gas infrastructure to significant private investment options amid spiking energy prices and an overreliance on Russia for gas exports.

America's natural gas revolution that began in the early 2000s led to large-scale coal to gas transition that was the single, most impactful emissions reduction tool in the nation – more than all other emissions reductions strategy and initiative combined.

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In 2019, the U.S. emitted 970 million metric tons less than in 2005, with 525 million metric tons of that emissions reduction from replacing coal with natural gas in power generation.

Said another way, since 2005, in the United States, all emissions redution efforts combined have had less impact than coal to gas switching alone.