If you haven’t been paying attention to gas prices over the past few months, you have no idea what I am talking about. In fact, your guess is as good as mine as to why gas prices are so high in North Carolina. There are a number of reasons. First, the shale gas boom has been the biggest part of the increase on prices for years.
Shale gas is a relatively new technology that’s been finding homes in the Appalachian Mountains. The boom of shale gas has been fueled by fracking, which is the process of injecting large amounts of rocks that contain natural gas deep underground in order to make it easier to extract. Shale gas has been found in some of the toughest parts of the state and it has been reported that gas prices in the state have been increasing steadily since mid-2015, after years of falling prices.
Since the fracking boom, the cost of natural gas has skyrocketed. The high costs of extraction have also made it harder and harder for companies to transport the gas to their consumers and thus the prices are going up.
The problem here is that there isn’t any natural gas to be extracted from the ground.
People often associate gas with being “expensive” or “expensive” as in a cheap and easy way to get gas for your home or business. The problem is that these are just two of the many myths that surround the gas industry and the fact that gas prices have been increasing steadily since May 2015 is a result of the way the industry is extracting natural gas.
The reason that the gas industry is extracting more and more natural gas is to make more money. And that is happening. I say this because the gas industry is a profitable machine and is extremely profitable compared with other industries that have not only been paying less attention to how they’re being extracted but that they also aren’t paying enough attention to how they’re being extracted.
We live in a society where society has been able to extract natural gas without paying much attention to how it was extracted. As a result, it’s become more and more difficult to say the gas industry is a profitable machine. In fact, the gas industry is being extracted by the government at an alarming rate. In North Carolina, more than half of the natural gas that goes into our homes and businesses comes from the federal government.
The reason for this is the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. This law allows the government to subsidize the oil and gas industry. This puts a huge amount of pressure on the oil and gas industry to pump more natural gas into the market. This in turn causes prices to go through the roof. The government also wants to use its influence to put more restrictions on the natural gas industry. The result is that natural gas is being extracted at a much faster pace than it was before.
This is a problem because when you put a price on gas, it means you are forcing the price of gasoline and diesel to go up. This in turn has a huge effect on how much gasoline or diesel you can drive, and how much gas you buy. The more gas you drive, the more you pay for it. In North Carolina, gas is currently priced at $3.98 per gallon, with diesel at $2.65 per gallon.
So you want to make sure your gas is always affordable. Then you want to make sure your gas is always safe. What you need to do is to make sure all gas is made from gas. If you are a gas truck driver, your gas is better prepared, and you want to make sure you are going to be safe when you get out of here. Gas is one of the easiest things to make sure.