Yes, Natural Gas is chiefly produced domestically, reducing energy of transport and the power of foreign oil cartels. Additionally, natural gas is extremely clean burning and compared to gasoline or diesel produces significantly less Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrous Oxide and particulate matter.
It is unlikely that enough natural gas could be produced to provide fuel for all US cars at current levels of consumption. Remember, all the gas presently produced is “spoken for” – in home heating, in electricity generation, as industrial fuel. So you’d have to add on a vastly greater quantity.
Natural gas is a finite resource, just as oil is. The peak of its production is more distant than that of oil, but will almost certainly occur within the next 50 years or so, at most.
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