The following is a list of companies that are considered to be natural gas contractors by industry analysts.

These are companies that have been in business for a while, have had solid revenues for a long time and are ready to invest in new projects.

A number of these companies have invested heavily in the construction of their new facilities and will likely need to continue to do so.

The list is compiled by industry analyst A.J. Cote, who notes that, in recent years, companies that were in the natural gas business prior to 2010, have gone bankrupt and are now competing for contracts with more competitive firms.

“While they may have had some good years in the past, they have had a tough time since the financial crisis and they have now seen their stock prices go up, which is why it’s critical to evaluate all of these deals in light of their financials and how they will be able to repay the loans they have received,” Cote said.

As it stands, the average price for a natural gas contract is around $50 per thousand cubic feet.

That means that for every $100 that a natural source company is able to spend on building a new natural gas project, the natural source will get $5.75 in revenue for the year.

However, a company’s revenue is only one of the factors that should be considered when evaluating a contract.

“You need to consider the market value of the property, the amount of capital that the property has and whether it can pay off its debt, Cote noted.

The companies that Cote listed are:As you can see, it’s difficult to determine exactly which companies will be a good bet for a contract because of the amount that companies need to spend.

The companies listed here will all have a good chance at receiving a contract, but it’s important to keep in mind that a deal needs to be awarded in the last two years to guarantee the company will not default on its debt.

For the companies listed above, Cotes lists the following criteria for a successful contract:1.

The natural gas supplier must have been profitable for the past five years.2.

The business must be able pay off the loan within two years.3.

The company must have the ability to build the project.4.

The project must be capable of delivering on the financing.5.

The new facility must have a 30-year construction lifecycle.6.

The cost of the project must not exceed $5 million.7.

The capital must not be less than $100 million.8.

The financing must not have been more than $150 million.9.

The total project cost must not fall below $5 billion.10.

The site must have adequate infrastructure to accommodate the project and an ability to withstand natural disasters.

The natural gas industry is expected to contract out a number of its projects over the next decade, as the market shifts to gas from coal.

A major concern with these contracts is that the companies will not be able or willing to invest the money needed to complete the project, which means that the natural-gas industry will be forced to make some tough decisions regarding the cost of projects and the construction lifecycles of those projects.

For example, natural gas producers have been forced to spend $6 billion to build a new gas plant in Pennsylvania and a $3 billion project to build natural gas plants in Texas, as a result of natural-source companies defaulting on their debt.

“In the long term, natural-sources are going to be a key part of the industry.””

They are also very susceptible to natural disasters, as they can have large costs due to natural gas prices,” Cotes said.

“In the long term, natural-sources are going to be a key part of the industry.”