How We Help Our Customers

SRG knows natural gas. We understand how natural gas is transported and delivered from the producer to the end user, we know how storage fits in, the difference between physical and financial, basis, and the components that make up the client’s retail price. We understand the various product structure options available to different client types. We understand the terms and conditions involved in the supply contracts. We are also familiar with the numerous retail suppliers, and their strengths and weaknesses relative to each client opportunity. We also operate across all deregulated natural gas markets, so we understand and appreciate regional market differences.

In an effort to obtain the most favorable pricing available to our clients, we evaluate all of the quantitative and qualitative factors before making our recommendations, and then negotiate on our clients’ behalf to achieve the optimum outcome. This extra effort has helped SRG earn a reputation as one of the leading energy consultants and advisers in the industry.

We have vast experience in advising and assisting our clients lower and better manage their natural gas costs.

what is natural gas?

Natural gas is the cleanest burning conventional fuel, producing lower levels of greenhouse gas emissions than the heavier hydrocarbon fuels, like coal and oil. The advantages of natural gas include its efficiency, abundance, and versatility. Historically, natural gas also has been one of the most economical energy sources. By 2040, U.S. households are on track to save an aggregate $100 billion – roughly $655 per household per year – thanks to the rising use of natural gas.

What is natural gas used for?

Natural gas can be used to fuel electric power plants, heat buildings and is used as a raw material in many consumer products, including plastics.

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