American Gas Foundation


American Gas Foundation

Founded in 1989, the AGF is a 501(c)(3) organization focused on being an independent source of information research and programs on energy and environmental issues that affect public policy, with a particular emphasis on natural gas. Overseen by a board of trustees, the AGF has delivered numerous key public policy reports since 2000 and has sponsored executive level forums and events focusing on energy supply.

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Georgetown University Energy Prize & Natural Gas

The American Gas Foundation is a proud sponsor of the Georgetown University Energy Prize - a $5 million award to the community that most successfully develops and implements innovative, replicable, scalable and continual reductions in energy consumption from local natural gas and electric utilities.
Fueling the Future with Natural Gas: Bringing it Home

The American Gas Foundation and IHS CERA have released a new study titled, Fueling the Future with Natural Gas: Bringing it Home