How is this fossil fuel natural gas recovered from the ground?
When people mine they get natural gas behind the mining rocks.
No, LPG is a natural gas recovered from oil wells
No. Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) are hydrocarbons from deep under the ground.
Yes, natural gas, which is mostly methane, is a fossil fuel. It is made from dead animals and plants which were compressed and heated under the ground hundreds of millions of years ago.
There are oil rigs and drills around the world which dig down deep into the earth and siphon the oil back up to the surface.
It depends on the fossil fuel: Coal: Is dug from the ground by conventional open pit or shaft mines Oil: Is recovered from deep reservoirs by drilling down to them then pumping the oil out or allowing the reservoir pressure to drive it to the surface IS recovered from oil sands by mining and processing th bitumen heavy sands is recovered from oil sands by in situ processes like SAGD where the oil is steamed… Read More
Yes, natural gas, which is mostly methane, is a fossil fuel. It is made from dead animals and plants which were compressed and heated under the ground hundreds of millions of years ago. It is called a fossil fuel because it comes from the fossilised remains of the organic plants and animals. Natural gas holds all the carbon from those organisms and the carbon is released when the gas is burnt.
Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) are stored in tanks, bunkers, pipelines, ships, and coal is stored in trucks and in heaps on the ground.
No, time is not a fossil fuel. Fossil fuels are coal, oil and natural gas.
Natural gas is a fossil fuel. Other fossil fuels do not "turn into" natural gas.
Natural gas is an example of a natural fossil fuel that can be used sustainably.
It is a fossil fuel and it is the cleanest fossil fuel
Natural Gas is a fossil fuel.
A fossil is a relic of earlier times, that is found in the ground. By definition, it is not man made. People can make fuel, for example, we can grow corn, and then extract corn syrup, ferment it to make alcohol, and burn the alcohol. But that is not a fossil fuel. Petroleum, natural gas, and coal are the fossil fuels. We did not make them, they have been in the ground for a long… Read More
Natural gas works as a fossil fuel because you BURN it and it turns into heat and energy exactly like a fossil fuel.
Coal is a fossil fuel. The major fossil fuels are natural gas, crude oil and coal.
When an amount of the fossil fuel is found under ground
GAS I take it this is an American answering. As a British person, OIL is a liquid fossil fuel, COAL is a solid fossil fuel and NATURAL GAS is a gaseous fossil fuel.
In the ground. Crude oil is a fossil fuel.
What is a primary fossil fuel that releases the fewest pollutants when compared to other fossil fuel?
Basically, a fossil fuel is just a Oil, Coal, or a Natural Gas.
Natural gas and petroleum ARE fossil fuels.
No fossil fuel is clean but the least dirty fossil fuel is natural gas because it generates less carbon dioxide per kilogram of fuel.
Is natural gas fossil fuel
Natural gas, oil and coal are the three major forms of fossil fuel. Petroleum is not a fossil fuel.
No, the fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) have been underground for hundreds of millions of years. The only gas that is a fossil fuel, natural gas, is mostly methane (CH4).
fossil fuel comes from the ground and is made of decaying plants and animals over millions of years.
No, it is not. Coal, oil, and natural gas are fossil fuels.
Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
LPG is IMO the best fossil fuel, it doesn't use the wicked chemicals that Natural Gas uses to extract from the ground and is cheaper and cleaner than most other fuels.
natural gas is a nonrenewable fossil fuel
Because it is formed from the remains of dead plants and animals, thus, its "fuel" from a "fossil".
Coal, oil, natural gas, etc. are forms of petroleum and yes, petroleum in all forms, is a fossil fuel.
Natural gas (methane (CH4)) is the cleanest burning fuel, emitting the smallest amount of carbon dioxide of all the fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
Petroleum and coal.
The types of fossil fuels are oil, coal, & natural gas.
The fossil fuels are coal, oil and natural gas.
Coal, gasoline, and natural gas are all fossil fuels.
Fossil fuel are the substances which are burned to release energy. Some of the examples are : Coal, Crude oil, Natural gas.
Natural gas is a fossil fuel consisting largely of methane (CH4).
no because it is coal oil and natural gas consider it as c.o.n Of course fossil fuel consists of fossils, it would'nt hbve that name otherwise.
fossil fuel and shamrocks
Fossil fuel and it burns
no its fossil fuel
Yes, if it's a fossil fuel dug up from under the ground. No, if it's methane produced from the bio-fermentation of animal manure and the like.
There is little advantage in having fossil fuels if they are considered too valuable to burn, and are simply left in the ground unused. But it must be kept in mind, that once used there is no natural way for fossil fuel to be replaced. This is why finding alternative renewable fuel sources are important. Solar, wind, tides, nuclear are all possibilities.
Yes. Natural gas (methane (CH4)) is the cleanest burning fuel, emitting the smallest amount of carbon dioxide of all the fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
A power plant can be classified as a fossil fuel plant if it uses fossil fuels such as natural gas or coal to produce electricity.
The three fossil fuels are: Coal, Natural gas, and Petroleum.