Texas is home to about 1.8 billion people, and more than half of those are in the state’s Central Valley, a region with a long history of fracking and hydraulic fracturing.

It has also produced billions of dollars of natural gas.

The gas comes from a mix of shale formations, which typically have a high level of water and pressure.

It is produced at deep wells and then pumped to nearby gas wells.

In a country that has produced more than a trillion tons of natural oil, natural gas is a major energy source, and it accounts for about 7 percent of global production.

But while its production is growing, the nation’s reliance on natural gas as a source of electricity has declined over the past decade.

Texas has been the only state to cut emissions by 50 percent since 2009, when the state adopted an ambitious plan to cut its carbon dioxide emissions from the power sector by 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030.

The goal is for the state to have a net carbon dioxide reduction of 30 percent by 2020, compared to 2005 levels.

It also has been a leader in reducing its greenhouse gas pollution.

According to the state, it has cut emissions from its power sector nearly 60 percent since 2005, and has lowered its carbon pollution to its lowest level in decades.

AUSTIN NATURAL GAS TRACKS Natural gas is made from the brine of natural gases, a mixture of water, chemicals and organic matter.

The brine is usually found in natural gas deposits in shale formations that are less than 10 feet deep.

Texas’ natural gas reserves account for about half of the nation´s natural gas production.

The state has an estimated 2.5 trillion cubic feet of natural, brine, and natural gas in storage, or about 12 percent of the country´s total natural gas storage.

It holds about 3 billion cubic feet per day, or the equivalent of about 5 million barrels per day.

The United States has been using natural gas for electricity generation since the early 1900s.

It was first used in the United States for electricity production during World War II, when most countries relied on coal for electricity.

In 1950, the U.S. began importing natural gas from the European countries, which were importing natural oil and coal.

As a result, the United Kingdom and the U.”re the only countries in the world that can export natural gas, and that have been doing so for years.

Texas is one of the few states that still uses coal for its electricity generation.

In 2014, the state imported 4.6 billion cubic meters of coal, the most coal imports in the country.

However, the import of natural resources is part of the strategy to transition to a low-carbon energy future.

It aims to reduce its dependence on coal by reducing greenhouse gas output from the energy sector and also from transportation.

Texas already has taken steps to reduce greenhouse gas and other air pollutants.

In the past three years, the Department of State Energy Resources (DESER) has set up a statewide pilot program to measure how its natural gas stations can reduce air pollution.

In May, the agency began collecting data on the air quality and air quality improvements made in natural-gas stations, and then analyzed the data to determine if it was worth it to continue using natural-Gas stations.

The DEER also announced the first phase of a pilot program in 2018 to test the effects of natural- Gas on air quality, as well as on health and the economy.

It recently announced plans to start measuring the health effects of the natural gas on people living near natural- gas sites.

The program is a way to gauge the health impacts of natural Gas, and to help inform the state as it considers whether to continue to use natural gas and its associated greenhouse gases as a fuel.

AURORA NATURALS GAS DEPARTMENT Natural gas has been used for more than 1,000 years to heat and power homes, but in the early 2000s, there were concerns about how much gas could be released when drilling.

Since then, more and more states have made it a priority to reduce methane emissions.

But there are some challenges in getting natural gas to the surface and to the gas processing plants where it can be used.

Some natural gas fields are located in areas that have very high concentrations of methane in the air, such as in the western U.K. Natural gas also leaks from pipes that can be contaminated.

The government and local governments in some states are working to increase the quality of natural air.

A group of residents from the northern town of Newstead in southern England, for example, have teamed up with the Natural Gas Association of America to create the Newstead Gas Association, an effort to improve air quality by removing methane from the air.

The group, which includes representatives from the local government, local business owners and the Natural Environment Research Council, wants to do what is called “carbon capture and storage” to reduce the emissions from methane that can result from