At a time when gas prices are skyrocketing, the United States is turning to natural gas, which is cheaper and more abundant.
The boom is fueled by a surge in the country’s use of cleaner fuels.
But some of the country�s biggest natural gas refineries, including some in Pennsylvania and Ohio, are struggling.
And they are increasingly struggling with aging plants that are struggling to meet demand.
In Pennsylvania, there are nearly 1,000 refineries that have been shut down since 2001, and some of those have been operating without a permanent operating lease.
At the same time, refineries are becoming increasingly reliant on more than 100 large gas pipelines that run from the Gulf Coast to the Midwest and other areas.
The plants have been at risk of shutting down as their costs of gas have risen as a result of climate change.
A new report by the National Governors Association says refineries in the United State should take steps to save money, reduce reliance on fossil fuels and diversify their operations, such as by using natural gas as a cleaner fuel.
Some of the biggest refineries The report comes as President Donald Trump is expected to sign legislation that would allow refiners to buy more natural gas from the United Arab Emirates.
The bill, however, will require that the price be set in an auction that takes place between producers and consumers.
That could put a financial squeeze on the companies that supply gas to the refineries.
The report says that if the price of natural gas is set so high that it forces companies to reduce the use of natural, it will make it harder for them to compete in the market for the natural gas they need to run their plants.
But the report also recommends that refiners reduce the amount of coal they use.
That is a good thing, the report said, but the government should also take steps that will reduce the reliance on coal.
The U.S. currently has about 17 billion cubic feet of coal in its reserves.
That means refineries need to make about half of their electricity from coal.
At least half of the plants that rely on coal to make up half of power also rely on the other fossil fuel.
The new report says the United Kingdom and Germany have already taken steps to reduce coal use in their refineries by using more natural resources and diversifying their supply chains.
Those efforts have helped boost the economy.
But that has not kept gas prices from rising.
The average price of a gallon of natural gasoline rose by 7 cents from June 2017 to June 2018, according to the Energy Information Administration.
That has been a big factor behind the surge in gas prices.
The increase in the price has made it cheaper for gas consumers to fill up at gas stations, which have been able to increase their profits.
But it has also caused refiners in the U.K. and Germany to cut back on the number of refineries they need.
The gas stations that rely heavily on coal have seen their profits decline and are struggling with the increasing need to purchase and refurbish gas infrastructure, which makes it harder to keep the plants running.
They are also increasingly reliant in part on gas from Russia, where prices have been rising and where a government ban on drilling for natural gas has been lifted.
Those restrictions mean that the cost of gas is going up faster than it can be sold to consumers.
And those prices have pushed some refiners into bankruptcy.
In the United Sates, a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that the industry is seeing the highest levels of job losses in decades.
About 16.5 percent of the gas stations and refineries surveyed have closed over the past decade, while about 1.8 million workers have been laid off.
The economy is growing, but some refineries still need to hire workers, the Fed report said.
The energy industry is not alone in facing problems.
The coal industry is facing an even more severe crisis.
Coal mining in Appalachia, where the United