Gasoline has a lower flammability temperature than natural gas, and a broader range of oxygen levels for ignition. So natural gas could be considered less flammable than gasoline.
Gasoline is more highly flammable than natural gas. Natural gas is safer because its flammability has a limited range. Gasoline has a lower temperature of ignition and lower concentration for flammability. Natural gas is also lighter than air. So if a puncture leak were to take place, the gas would instantly rise and then disperse in the atmosphere, lowering the chances for an ignition to occur. But unlike natural gas, gasoline is a dense liquid so its more flammable and will tend to pool easily.
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