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 AGA 2012 Energy Market Regulation Conference  



Portland, Oregon


AGA's FERC Regulatory Committee will present the 2012 Energy Market Regulation Conference on Thursday, October 4, 2012, at the Hotel Monaco in Portland, Oregon.  This conference keeps members and industry professionals up-to-date on the activities of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as they affect physical and financial natural gas markets.

Plan to come a day early for a tour of NW Natural's MIST Storage Facility

Presentation Topics:

Gas Electric Coordination, State & Regional Perspectives
Natural Gas Market Developments
Rate Implications of Changing Gas Flows
Financial Market Developments
FERC Enforcement
Preparing for a FERC or CFTC Investigation

Location:  The AGA 2012 Energy Market Regulation Conference is being held at the Hotel Monaco Portland, 506 SW Washington Street, Portland, Oregon 97204.

Participation:  The AGA Energy Market Regulation Conference is open to all AGA member company employees.  Non-AGA members who are active natural gas market participants are also encouraged to attend.  The Conference commences with registration and breakfast at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, October, and will conclude by 5:30 p.m.  The registration fee for attending the AGA Energy Market Regulation Conference is $315 for AGA members and $630 for non-AGA members.  State and federal government employees may register for $165.

Please use the "links" in the left column of this page to take advantage of our Online Registration and to access other conference-related information.  If you have any problems registering for the AGA 2012 Energy Market Regulation Conference or in using the AGA website, please contact Vickie Conant,, (202.824.7233).

For additonal information, please contact Andrew Soto ( at 202.824.7215 or Vickie Conant ( at 202.824.7233.


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