May 2014, Vol. 241, No. 5


SGA Vision: Energizing Future Of Natural Gas

In recent years as the natural gas business has changed, so have the associations that work and support the utility industry. But one focus has never changed: the commitment to safety, whether it is on-the-job or in the delivery of products to the end consumer. Dallas-based Southern Gas Association (SGA) has long been involved in developing effective programs designed to improve the quality of natural gas pipeline operations, be it distribution or transmission. Today, as the shale revolution takes hold across the country, its ongoing role in helping to train current and future generations of natural gas managers and workers has never been greater. One such SGA entity is its high

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