Brandon Davis Of Denver Colorado Educates On Natural Gas!

Brandon Davis of Bedrock Energy Development, . in Denver, Colorado stated, we are a Natural Gas Company and an Independent Oil Company that specializes in the acquiring of drill sites and fields in petroleum rich areas of the United States.

Brandon Davis continued that finding natural gas has boosted energy experts and policy makers to look for natural gas in their pursuit of a wide range of goals which would ease the impact of energy price raises reducing the dependence of foreign oil, speed the transition to renewable fuels and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

The preparedness of natural gas generation enables us to be more aggressive in charting a transition to a low-carbon economy, said Brandon Davis of Bedrock Energy Development in Denver, Colorado.

Modern science and a rise in drilling have made production rise 11% in the past two years. This has forced prices to be the lowest in six years and made producers cut back on drilling and search for new fields.

The natural-gas discoveries come as oil has become harder to find and more expensive to produce. The U.S. is increasingly reliant on supplies imported from the Middle East and other politically unstable regions. In contrast, 98% of the natural gas consumed in the U.S. is produced in North America.

The United States energy supply is highly supported by natural gas. Most cars and trucks in the U.S. uses refined gasoline or diesel, as stated by Brandon Davis in Denver, Colorado.

Brandon Davis of Bedrock Energy Development in Denver, Colorado said, just about everyone in the United States uses natural gas. Industry is the biggest consumer of natural gas, using it mainly as a heat source to manufacture goods. Such goods as fertilizer, photographic film, ink, glue, paint and plastics are items that have natural gas as an ingredient.

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Originally posted 2009-08-23 03:45:05.



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