Energy giants: Natural gas is the fuel of the future

Natural gas may be invisible and odorless, but no fossil fuel has the potential to be as critical for the future as natural gas.

Photo: Øyvind Hagen - Statoil

Royal Dutch Shell is considered one of the world's largest oil companies, however, natural gas actually accounts for more than half of Shell's hydrocarbon production.

One thing in common amongst the five largest privately owned oil companies is that they all rely on natural gas as a fuel of the future.

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