Natural Gas: An Underground Powerhouse

Compressed natural gas (CNG) is methane stored under high pressure. It is made by compressing methane to less than 1% of its volume. It is a non-toxic and relatively safe form of energy. It is mainly used in vehicles. This is important because as the world progressed, more petrol started to be consumed, which has proven to be toxic to the environment. In this context, CNG offers a more eco-friendly alternative to petrol.

History  In about 500 BC, the Chinese discovered places where natural gas seeped to the surface. They built crude pipelines using bamboo to transport the gas and used it to boil seawater. This separated the water from the salt, making the water potable and providing salt to season food. The fi
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