April 2018, Vol.245, No.4


INGAA’s Bruner Seeks Unity Within Natural Gas Industry

In electing Iroquois Pipeline Operating Company President Jeffrey Bruner as its chairman, the INGAA Board of Directors chose a true pipeline veteran in every sense of the word. In his current position, which he has held for the past five year, Bruner has overseen the safe operation of a 416-mile interstate natural gas pipeline system that connects with TransCanada at the U.S.-Canada border, extending through New York state and western Connecticut to Commack, N.Y., and from Huntington, N.Y., to its terminus in Hunts Point in the Bronx. It is this experience, along with the two decades he served as Iroquois Gas vice president and general counsel, and eight years spent at Transco Energy’s le

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