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Reports and Studies

Discover energy analyses that explore economic, environmental and supply issues.


Supply and Planning

Natural gas is a domestic energy resource that supplies nearly one-fourth of all the energy used in the United States. This section presents the supply picture of the natural gas industry. Here you will find studies that explore natural gas reserves, production, pipeline transportation, underground storage, fuel prices and supply planning by natural gas distribution companies.


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AGA Natural Disaster Information Center

Natural Gas Mutual Aid Resource Center

AGA has developed the Natural Gas Mutual Aid Resource Center to aid gas utilities in timely, effective attainment of manpower and materials needed for efficient service restoration. Please visit to learn more about how your company may participate in and benefit from this extensive program which includes a mutual aid database, an operations assistance agreement and request for assistance form/procedure.


International Builders' Show

In 2015, the International Builders' Show (IBS) and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) will again co-locate at the Las Vegas Convention Center to create Design and Construction Week. The two events will remain separate and distinct shows held simultaneously, January 20 – 22, 2015.

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Natural Gas: Rewriting Our Energy Future

Our nation's abundance of clean natural gas provides an incredible opportunity to drive economic growth, while protecting the environment and boosting national energy security. Natural Gas: Rewriting Our Energy Future details a vision of market stability ushered in by our domestic energy supply and highlights the steps taken by America's natural gas utilities to deliver this energy source to homes and businesses safely and reliably wh


Preliminary Findings Concerning 2010 Natural Gas Reserves (March 2011)

Understanding the size and diversity of U.S. natural gas reserves is a fundamental underpinning for evaluating U.S. production capability and thus the natural gas industry's ability to serve customers of all types.


LDC Supply Portfolio Management During the 2010-11 Winter Heating Season (Energy Analysis 06/29/11)

Each year local natural gas utilities develop a plan to reliably meet customer needs during winter heating season peak consumption periods. The plan is based on a forecast of expected loads and is later adjusted to actual weather-induced demand requirements. Numerous scenarios are examined when building a seasonal natural gas supply portfolio always against the backdrop of normal, which is defined by companies based on local weather information and system requirements.


AGA-Coalition Comments on EPA Draft Guidance on Waters of the United States (July 29, 2011)

On July 29, 2011, AGA and the organizations listed on the cover page of these comments ("Coalition") filed comments in response to the Environmental Protection Agency's and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Draft Guidance on Identifying Waters Protected by the Clean Water Act (CWA), 76 Fed. Reg. 24,479 (May 2, 2011). Our comments set forth numerous concerns with the new 2011 Draft Guidance. As a threshold matter, unlike prior guidance documents, which were limited to the section 404 program, the Agencies intend the Draft Guidance to apply to the entire CWA.


Emergency Planning Resource Center

The Emergency Planning Resource Center is a springboard to the AGA Mutual Assistance Program, Situation Reports and Government & Private Sector Links to support all-hazards response, recovery and restoration. This site is an evergreen product of the AGA Utility & Customer Field Services Committee.


U.S. Natural Gas Supply Abundance in 2012 (Dec 2011)

Fundamental changes in the supply of natural gas for individual customers, businesses, industries, power generators and even transportation fuel users in the United States has changed the outlook for cleaner, more efficient use of energy in this country. In just five years, perceptions about natural gas supply reliability and affordability have been firmly shaped by growing domestic production, less dependence on natural gas imports, additions to infrastructure and reductions in cost for natural gas consumers.


Preliminary Findings Concerning 2011 Natural Gas Reserves (April 2012)

Understanding the size and diversity of U.S. natural gas reserves is a fundamental underpinning for evaluating U.S. production capability and thus the natural gas industry's ability to serve customers of all types.


The Promise of Natural Gas

The Promise of Natural Gas sets out a vision that points to a decade or more of relative market stability projected for this domestic, abundant fuel—and what that potential means for our nation and energy consumers.

Fact Sheet

Natural Gas Utility Overview

More than 72 million homes and businesses rely on natural gas to meet their energy needs. Local natural gas utilities are the final link in a complex energy supply chain that safely and efficiently transports natural gas directly into customers’ homes and offices, ensuring their daily energy needs are met. Learn more in this fact sheet.
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Natural Gas in a Smart Energy Future

Natural gas is a foundation fuel for a smart, clean, safe and reliable energy system. It serves as an efficient source of comfort in homes and productivity for businesses. Natural gas has also become a vital fuel source for electric generation – serving peak demand and also balancing the integration of renewable energy.

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2015 Transmission Pipeline Workshop

This workshop will feature presentations and case studies from pipeline operators, regulators and service providers. Presentations will focus on areas where transmission pipeline operators are going beyond current regulations in light of existing proposed federal rulemakings. Regulators, pipeline operators, and service providers are all invited to participate in this forum.