Unlike , about one-fourth of which is imported at present, virtually all of our natural gas comes from the United States. Annual consumption is projected to rise by about 25% during the next 25 years, from 28.3 trillion cubic feet (tcf) in 2015 to 35.4 tcf in 2040. But the pace of discovery may rise even faster: According to the , the U.S. total proved reserves of natural gas rose by 10% in 2014 alone and reached a record high for the United States of 389 tcf. Although the United States imports some of its natural gas, it also exports a growing amount, and net imports make up less than 4% of U.S. consumption.


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