A new report indicates that natural gas could offer an array of benefits to consumers — including lower prices at the gasoline pump. This report has warranted a comment from GWC Valve International.
High prices at the gas pump have plagued Americans for several months now. High gasoline prices can be disastrous for US families, particularly during the summer months, when many families do more traveling by car. While the most recent data suggests that gasoline prices have dropped, the reality is that prices still hover at over $3 per gallon – a disappointing reality for drivers across the country.
A new report suggests that there may be an answer to America’s fuel crisis, namely the increased use of natural gas. This report has won the attention of GWC Valve International, a company that works with many international producers of natural gas. GWC Valve has responded to the report with a new statement to the press.
According to the report itself, gasoline prices may be in a constant state of flux, but they are unlikely to see significant reductions any time soon. This is due to the high price for crude oil, which has not dipped below $80 per barrel in a long time. The conclusion reached by the new report is that the prices Americans pay at the pump are unlikely to drop, unless Americans begin fueling their vehicles with an alternate energy source – such as natural gas.
Indeed, the article goes on to note that America currently has an historic abundance of natural gas. Due to this immense supply, many energy experts and consumers alike have wondered when natural gas might be used to fuel more vehicles. The article notes that there is a pair of technologies – compressed and liquefied natural gas – that can allow it to fuel a car or truck. The biggest problem is simply that these methodologies are not well-explained to consumers, who are largely unaware of the promise offered by the nation’s rich natural gas supply.
GWC Valve International has released a press statement offering its own support of the natural gas industry. GWC provides industrial valves to companies across the world, in a variety of industries. This includes many natural gas companies. "GWC Valve International provides many products to companies within the natural gas industry," says the company’s statement. "We have provided a full range GWC ball valves in this market, to companies both domestic and international."
GWC Valve International remains committed to the possibilities offered by the United States’ abundant supply of natural gas. The new natural gas report, meanwhile, underscores the fact that natural gas is not only a cheaper and more abundant fuel source than crude oil, but it is also cleaner burning, ultimately better for the environment.