INGAA Appoints Amy Andryszak as New President and CEO

Washington, D.C.— The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) announced on Wednesday the appointment of Amy Andryszak as the association’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. 

Effective September 21st, Ms. Andryszak will take over the position from current Interim President and CEO Alex Oehler. 

“Amy’s passion for driving robust and sustainable energy policy, driven by natural gas and the critical infrastructure that transports it, paired with her proven track record working with policymakers on both sides of the aisle make her a perfect fit for leading INGAA into the future,” said Stanley Chapman III, INGAA Chairman and EVP and President, US Natural Gas Pipelines for TC Energy.

For the last two years, Ms. Andryszak served as a Principal at Ogilvy Government Relations, managing a portfolio across a range of policy areas, including energy, travel and tourism, telecommunications, and financial services. Prior to Ogilvy Government Relations, Ms. Andryszak spent seven years at the Loews Corporation as Director of Government Affairs and then Assistant Vice President of Government Affairs. 

Ms. Andryszak led public affairs and advocacy efforts for Loews and its five principle portfolio companies including INGAA member company Boardwalk Pipelines. For the last nine years she been an active member of INGAA’s Government Affairs Committee and during Boardwalk Pipeline’s tenure as chair of INGAA’s board from 2016-2017, she served as chair of INGAA’s Communications Committee. Ms. Andryszak also worked as Chief of Staff for Congressman Jim Matheson of Utah and as Assistant Vice President of Federal Relations for AT&T. 

“I am honored to be appointed President and CEO of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America and excited about the opportunity to help our industry continue to meet growing demand for affordable and clean-burning natural gas” said Amy Andryszak. “Pipelines play a key role in fulfilling our nation’s energy needs while creating high-paying jobs in communities across the country. I look forward to collaborating with INGAA member companies and furthering the organization’s position as a key voice in the broader energy conversation.”

Ms. Andryszak has spent her career successfully cultivating bipartisan relationships on the Hill and in key regulatory agencies and will be instrumental in advocating on behalf of INGAA and its member companies. She takes over as a key piece of bipartisan legislation reauthorizing the Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act recently passed the U.S. Senate and awaits consideration in the U.S. House of Representatives. 

“I am excited to welcome Amy Andryszak to the INGAA team. Her extensive background in public and government affairs within the energy industry positions her perfectly to lead our association.  This is an exciting time for the pipeline industry, and I look forward to INGAA’s future success under Amy’s leadership,” said Alex Oehler, Interim President and CEO at INGAA.

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