By “regular gas” do you mean gasoline? If so, then natural gas probably does have a smaller carbon footprint than gasoline, which is derived from petroleum. However, please check the linked article for a view of natural gas that suggests that it is not really very “green”. (Most people would not call natural gas, a fossil fuel, “green,” but it commonly is called “more green than oil.”)
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