August/September 2016: American Gas Magazine
Recent reports predict that women and minorities will make up a large part of the energy workforce in the coming decades. How will they be welcomed?
Inside This Issue:
As our industry continues to shape this country’s energy future, we’re not resting on our laurels. We’re examining future success in areas such as exceeding consumer expectations and welcoming a diverse workforce—and putting systems in place to achieve that success.
Goodbye phone calls, hello mobile apps. That’s just one of the ways natural gas utilities are improving how they communicate with their customers—a necessity as customers increasingly expect the same experience from their utility that they receive from Amazon and other retailers.
The digital age has transformed how the public participates in energy projects. Here’s how you can leverage social media to your advantage and proactively engage your host communities, says energy consultant Mary Usovicz.
The motto “safety first” meant swinging into action for two Columbia Gas of Ohio contractors who spotted heavy smoke on their way to a job site.