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 1/15/2010 

AGA Contacts:
Jennifer O’Shea, 202-824-7023
Jake Rubin, 202-824-7027

 2010 Outlook for Natural Gas Industry   

 
   

Skaggs and Parker will discuss the outlook for natural gas demand and supply and the issues regarding investment in the natural gas sector.

American Gas Association Officials to Address New York Society of Security Analysts

New York, NY – Given the current uncertainty in both the economy and the financial markets, domestically abundant and clean-burning natural gas can help revitalize the economy, fight global climate change and enhance America’s energy security.  Officers from the American Gas Association (AGA) will address why natural gas utilities are a sound investment opportunity, and why the direct use of natural gas in America’s homes and businesses is today’s responsible fuel choice.


WHO:             Robert Skaggs, AGA Chairman 
                      President and CEO, NiSource, Inc.                    
                      David Parker, AGA President and CEO

WHAT:           Skaggs and Parker will discuss the outlook for natural gas demand and supply and the issues regarding investment in the natural gas sector. 

WHEN:          Wednesday, January 27
                     11:30 am – 2:00 pm

WHERE:        NYSSA Headquarters
                   1540 Broadway – 10th Floor (Entrance on 45th St – Times Square)
                    New York, NY

Please RSVP to Lauren Blossé, (202) 824-7204 or lblosse@aga.org

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The American Gas Association, founded in 1918, represents more than 200 local energy companies that deliver clean natural gas throughout the United States. There are more than 71 million residential, commercial and industrial natural gas customers in the U.S., of which 94 percent — over 68 million customers — receive their gas from AGA members. Today, natural gas meets almost one-fourth of the United States' energy needs.

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