April 2013, Vol. 240 No. 4

Features

APGA Ready For Opportunities And Challenges

Since it was formed in 1961, the American Public Gas Association (AGPA) has played an instrumental role in the operations of more than 700 member companies in 36 states. The non-profit trade group has a number of vital functions that serve the interests of the industry and ultimately the consumers who are buying that natural gas in increasing amounts and will continue to do so far into the future. APGA represents its members before Congress and other federal agencies by carefully assembling regulatory and legislative positions. The Washington, DC-based association also holds meetings, seminars and workshops throughout the year designed to help member companies improve their reli

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