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Capitol View
Natural Gas Market Indicators Bimonthly Review
Operations Weekly Review
Associate Update
International Bulletin
Responsible Natural Gas Resource Development

 


Capitol View


Objective:  This newsletter is designed to inform AGA official delegates, CEOs, top level executives at member companies, legislative representatives, and member company communicators about advocacy priorities, current statistics and studies, priority upcoming events, and other timely industry news.

Who Should Participate: AGA Full and Limited member delegates, Washington representatives, and other Full or Limited member company communicators, senior executives.

What Participants Can Expect: Timely, focused information via e-mail.

How to Participate/Obtain More Information: joshea@aga.org

Operations & Engineering eNewsletter


Objective: Provide timely, focused news for the operating and engineering staff at AGA member companies.

Who Should Participate: AGA Operating Section committee members and gas operations executives should receive this weekly electronic newsletter.

What Participants Can Expect: Updates about operations, safety and environmental advocacy initiatives, and Operating Section standards, Best Practices, publications, workshops and other activities.  Also available on AGA ‘s website here.

How to Participate/Obtain More Information: jspence@aga.org 

Associate Update


Objective: Provide timely, focused news for AGA’s Associate members.

Who Should Participate: AGA Associate member delegates and other interested parties.

What Participants Can Expect: Quarterly electronic newsletter with updates about operations, building codes & standards, meetings, issues, new publications, and more.  Also available on AGA‘s website here.

How to Participate/Obtain More Information: kbatte@aga.org

International Bulletin


Objective: Provide timely, focused news for AGA’s International members and affiliates.

Who Should Participate: AGA International member delegates and other interested parties.

What Participants Can Expect: Quarterly electronic newsletter with updates about operations, building codes & standards, meetings, issues, new publications, and more.  Also available on AGA‘s website here.

How to Participate/Obtain More Information:  ysuarez@aga.org

Natural Gas Market Indicators


Objective: Provide timely natural gas supply and other market information.

Who Should Participate: All involved in the natural gas business.

What Participants Can Expect: Published on or about the 15th and 30th of each month, this two page report summarizes recent developments in natural gas pricing, heating and cooling degree days statistics, underground storage, domestic gas production, rig counts, pipeline imports and exports, and international LNG issues.

How to Participate/Obtain More Information:  cmcgill@aga.org  

Responsible Natural Gas Resource Development


Objective: The Responsible Natural Gas Issue Brief series has been developed at AGA in response to requests from members' environmental, policy, communications and gas supply staff for a comprehensive, middle-of the -road analysis of the regulatory and industry activity surrounding unconventional natural gas development.  The Issue Brief series also describes AGA activities that use supply-focused messaging to build awareness about and create a preference for natural gas, with policymakers, intermediaries and key stakeholder groups alike.

Who Should Participate: AGA Full and Limited member delegates and other Full or Limited member company environmental, policy, communicators, and gas supply staff.

What Participants Can Expect: Quarterly, focused information via e-mail.

How to Participate/Obtain More Information:  asharma@aga.org

 
 

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