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AGA Post-Election Briefing


Watch the AGA’s latest videos that detail the power and potential of natural gas.

Video: AGA Named Top Workplace for 2015

The Washington Post recently released its Top Workplaces for 2015, including AGA as number 28 out of 75 small employers.
AGA Safety Awareness Video Excellence (SAVE) Award

AGA is pleased to announce the 2015 overall award recipient is Atmos Energy for their video submission, “Do You Dig It? Always Call Before You Dig”.
Virtual Natural Gas Home

Endless hot water, high-efficiency heating and cooking indoors and outdoors are just some of the benefits of natural gas. Pop the top on the interactive home to learn about these uses and more throughout the home.
Video: NAHB International Builders' Show 2015

In its 69th year at the International Builders' Show, the American Gas Association partnered with nearly a dozen natural gas appliance manufacturers to feature the latest industry technology in our exhibit booth.
Video: Understanding Your Natural Gas Bill

More than 177 million Americans use natural gas to cook a hot meal, heat their water or warm their houses. Many parts of the country have felt the chill of winter and that means folks are using more natural gas. The American Gas Association has developed a video to explain what goes into your natural gas bill.  
Video: Fueling the Future with Natural Gas: Bringing it Home

This video by the American Gas Foundation (AGF) describes how using natural gas in the home increases energy efficiency and reduces overall energy costs.
Video: Kids and Natural Gas Safety

AGA has released a video to help educate youth about the importance of natural gas safety in the home. The animated video, aimed at elementary and middle school aged children, explains which appliances use natural gas, how to identify a natural gas leak and what to do if a leak occurs.
Infographic: Emissions from Systems Operated by Natural Gas Utilities Continue to Decline

View Emissions from Systems Operated by Natural Gas Utilities Continue to Decline Infographic here.
Infographic: Natural Gas Furnace

New standards by the U.S. Department of Energy could lead to switching away from natural gas to other fuels that could negatively impact consumer costs and the environment.