Natural gas production has been booming in the US, and many are worried about how the emissions will impact their health.

Here’s a guide to some of the things to watch for when it comes to natural gas emissions in the future.1.

How much CO2 is released when natural gas is burned?

Natural gas can release CO2 when it’s burned, but it’s the heat that’s responsible for releasing it, says David Loughman, a professor of atmospheric science at Stanford University.

The amount of heat produced is dependent on the type of gas, the temperature, and the temperature difference between the source and the combustion chamber, Loughmans team has found.

A hotter gas releases more heat.2.

How long does natural gas last?

Natural fuel burned for electricity is a gas, so it emits CO2 for about 100 years.

If you burn natural gas for electricity, you’re burning natural gas.3.

Is there a link between natural gas use and asthma?

There’s not, Lapp said.

Natural gas does not cause asthma.

It is possible that natural gas consumption is a factor in asthma, but we don’t know.4.

What is CO2 and why is it a pollutant?CO2 is a term used to describe any type of toxic gas.

It’s also a type of greenhouse gas.

Carbon dioxide, also known as CO2, is produced by photosynthesis, where sunlight and water combine to make CO2.CO2 has been linked to respiratory problems, asthma, obesity, and even death.

In the past, scientists have linked this type of emissions to the burning of fossil fuels.

But this is changing, Littmann said.5.

Are natural gas leaks dangerous?

No, Lattman said.

A leak of a leak is rare, but if you’re exposed to it, there are precautions to prevent it.

A common leak occurs when a leak occurs during normal heating and cooling cycles.

This happens when the gas inside the gas tank is at a higher temperature than the gas that is being heated.

This gas then expands as it cools, and then eventually forms a large gas leak, Lettmans team found.6.

Can natural gas be safely burned?

Yes, Luttmann said, and it can be safely used for heating.

Natural Gas is not a hazardous substance, and natural gas can be used safely for heating and cooking in most areas.7.

Is it safe to burn natural oil in the home?

Yes.

Natural oil is a solid and has a gas content, but the gas content is less than that of natural gas, Latham said.

Oil is usually burned in an oil burner to burn oil, but Latham suggests using a wood burner or an electric or gas-powered grill.8.

Does natural gas emit pollution?

Yes and no.

Natural gases emitted from natural gas facilities include CO2 from combustion, methane, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds, and sulphur dioxide, according to Latham.

The gases also include nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide, and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).

They are also associated with ozone, particulate matter, and acid rain, according a 2015 study by the University of Maryland.9.

What are the health effects of natural gases?

In terms of their effects on the human body, there is no clear evidence that natural gases pose any health risks, Luntmann said by email.

Lattmann’s team compared the health impacts of natural-gas emissions with that of CO2 with an average daily intake of one metric ton of CO 2 for a typical American.

This is a level that’s common in the United States.

The level of CO² emitted from burning natural-Gas is about 2,000 times less than CO2 emitted from coal, Lottman said, meaning natural gas emits only 1.2 times as much carbon dioxide.

Lettman said the results were similar when they looked at the health impact of methane, which is produced when natural-Gases decompose methane, Lillie said.