Natural gas is the source of 31.85% of the energy consumed by individuals in Saskatchewan. Nearly all households use natural gas to heat their homes (83.41%) and water (89.41%), and some use it for cooking.  Natural gas has also been adopted by a few bus and rail companies for public transportation.
In 2010, the residential sector
consumed 35,131,510 GJ of natural gas and
emitted 3,291,976 GHG tonnes.
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The other 16.59% of home furnaces? Electricity is often used (11.86%), but there are other choices too … oil, geothermal, solar and wood, for example.