Fertilizer – The natural gas is also used in the production of ammonia that is used for the fertilizer production.

Hydrogen – Another major use of the Natural gas is in the production of hydrogen by using the steam-methane reforming (SMR) process. The hydrogen obtained by this process can be used in wide range of industrial applications such as chemical industry, fuel source in hydrogen vehicles and a hydrogenating agent.

Aviation – The application of the natural gas in the aviation sector is also explored upon by the Russian aircraft manufacturer Tupolev that seeks to develop LNG and hydrogen variants of the Tu-204, Tu-334 passenger aircraft, and Tu-330 cargo aircraft. By using the liquid methane as a jet engine fuel, one can get more specific energy as compared to the standard kerosene mixes.  Moreover, it can also be used for lowering the temperature of the exhaust.

Petrochemicals – The various constituent of the natural gas can be used for the production of petrochemicals.

Clean fuel – Natural gas is widely preferred as it is a clean fuel and addresses the concerns of global warming caused by the gasoline products. The usage of natural gas as combustion fuel causes far less emissions of air pollutants like sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides as compared to the combustion of fuel oils. While using the natural gas as a combustion fuel, some amount of it gets leak into the atmosphere. As the leakage is very small, it is not of big concern.

Feedstock for various chemical products – the natural gas extracted from raw natural gas reservoir can be used for the production of petrochemicals, ammonia, hydrogen, and fertilizers.

Natural gas heating systems are widely used where it is used for heating the water and also for drying the clothes.