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- In liquid form, Natural Gas takes up an incredible 1/600th of the space that it would in gaseous state.
- The pungent-smelling Natural Gas similar to a rotten egg odour actually comes from the additive called mercaptan, a chemical with a sulphur-like smell.
- When Natural Gas is burned it produces mostly carbon dioxide and water vapour.
- These are similar substances emitted when we breathe. Natural Gas is usually measured in standard cubic metre (volume) or btu (British Thermal Unit).