Natural gas is a fossil fuel consisting of various naturally occurring methane-based carbons. Because methane is colorless and odorless, natural gas supplies typically contain manually added odorizers that mimic the smell of rotten eggs, making it easier to detect leaks.
Most natural gas comes from beneath the Earth’s surface. Geologists study rock formations to determine which ones are likely to contain natural gas deposits. They also conduct seismic surveys on land and in the ocean to determine the best areas to drill.
Meritus Gas Partners collaborates with leading natural gas suppliers to provide this essential fuel to companies in various industries. You’ll receive a high-quality product at a competitive price and get exceptional service to maximize your customer experience.
Natural gas is a nonrenewable resource, meaning that there is a limited supply. However, natural gas is readily available via existing distribution systems.
Natural gas prices tend to fluctuate because there are few short-term alternatives. When the demand for gas as a fuel for heating oil or electricity generation rises or falls, the price will change accordingly.
Natural gas has multiple uses in industry and daily life:
Natural gas is a safe and efficient power source when used correctly. However, like all combustible fuels, natural gas poses some risks. A gas leak can cause an explosion — if you smell rotten eggs while inside a home or commercial building, go outside immediately and call 911 or your utility provider. Because natural gas can be flammable, storing containers away from items that burn easily is essential.
When you choose a Meritus Gas Partners independent distributor for your natural gas needs, you’ll work with a locally operated business that cares about your company’s success. Our suppliers are customer-focused entities that go the extra mile to ensure you receive the top-notch service you demand and deserve. You’ll also have access to unparalleled expertise to help you make an informed gas purchasing decision.
Contact Meritus Gas Partners online today to learn more about our natural gas services. We’ll also help you find our natural gas suppliers in your area.