December 2015 Vol. 242, No. 12

Features

APGA Determined to Have Its Voice Heard on Capitol Hill

Leading a natural gas distribution company is always a challenge because there are few businesses that deal so directly with their customer base, be it residential, commercial or industrial, as well as safety regulators, equipment and service providers, not to mention the city council or utility board that approves rates. Now picture being the head of an association that has to deal with that miasma, and that oh, by the way, are municipally owned and operated, and you have a sense of the daunting in front of Rich Worsinger, 2015-16 chairman of the American Public Gas Association (APGA) Board of Directors. Worsinger comes to APGA from the city of Rocky Mount, NC where he is Energy Resource

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