Yes, it is. As a general fuel. We are talking power plants, remember? Power generation from them is down. Way down. Except for NG. Which I favor.
Actually, the discussion was on EVs versus conventional autos, I.e. those which burn oil. That was when you inaccurately claimed that fossil fuels were dying fast. You then qualified that to mean "in the US only", and when that was debunked, further qualified it to non-natural gas based power generation. That only leaves coal.
So we've gone from "fossils fuels are dying fast" down to "In the US, coal consumption is declining". It took five attempts, but you finally got it right.
Good for the [Sierra Club].
You claim to favor natural gas -- yet you support the Sierra Club's attempt to stymie it? Every time they block a pipeline, it means that gas must be transported in trucks instead, in tiny, one-truck quantities. That's not only much more dangerous, it generates far more emissions as well, emissions you claim to wish to reduce.
But it gets worse-- much worse. The Sierra Club isn't simply against pipelines, they're against all natural gas production
Sierra Club Asks Judge to Halt Construction of $2B Natural Gas Facility
They also oppose natural gas storage facilities as well: essentially every single aspect of NG faces their oppressive, insensate opposition.