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The LINK Q4 2022

In the past four years, SGA has worked to build a solid and resilient association.  We have redesigned and created new programs and activities that align with the goals outlined in our strategic framework presented to the Board of Directors in November 2019. Everything we are doing is designed to...
NGC&E ’21 Keynote Address from Project Canary
Keynote Address When it comes to climate change, carbon gets both the headlines and the investment. Because it’s key to such a dire problem, it’s the most-reported and most-measured metric. Despite all this publicity and published research, this is what we’ve learned from climate change: Solving the big problem of carbon is something people can’t...
Session Spotlight: Drone Technology in Environmental Workflows
Far from droning on, this exciting TCEPC Day 2 session promises an engaging and interactive look at drone technology. Join us Wednesday, September 15th at 11:00 am, CDT to tune in! The use of drones as tools for streamlining environmental workflows is growing exponentially as more and more organizations realize the increasing benefits. Drones can...
Trainings and Classes – Mobile and Near You
When creativity brings value, everyone benefits. And in times of pandemic, SGA is offering just that! SGA is now conducting in-person training and education classes in various locations around the country. By bringing these LIVE mobile training and classes to you, members will have greater accessibility to our programs, reduce travel expenses and requirements –...
Session Spotlight – Virtual Stakeholder Engagement – Past, Present, and Future
What topic could be more relevant in the digital landscape of 2021? Join us for this day one session to explore stakeholder engagement in the new norm. This high-impact session will showcase the current tools, technology, and best practices for virtual engagement and provide a glimpse into the future of stakeholder outreach trends. This interactive...
Special Announcement: SGA Technical Conference on Environmental Permitting and Construction (TCEPC) 2021 Moves to Virtual Conference
Today, Southern Gas Association (SGA) announces that the 2021 Technical Conference on Environmental Permitting and Construction commonly known as TCEPC, scheduled for September 13 – 16 in Austin, Texas will transition to a virtual event. SGA’s priority is the health and safety of the natural gas community, including our members, staff, supporters, other conference attendees...
TCEPC Session Spotlight: Opening Keynote Address
An Industry in Transition Kickoff TCEPC 2021 with this opening keynote address. Stakeholders and communities alike are asking oil & natural gas producers and operators to “think outside the box” and develop new ways to approach our shared sustainable future. Williams Companies is actively seeking ways to integrate renewable energy sources into conventional natural gas...
Know Before You Go: Technical Conference on Environmental Construction & Permitting
Southern Gas Association welcomes you to this year’s 2021 Technical & Construction Conference on Environmental Permitting in Austin. To help you prepare, we have put together this Know Before You Go so you are ready for a successful event.   General Information   Agenda The conference agenda is available to view and download here.  ...
How Gas Companies Help Other Gas Companies in Times of Need
Winter Storm Uri, was a major winter and ice storm that had widespread impacts across the United States, Northern Mexico, and parts of Canada from February 13 to 17, 2021. In February 2021, the state of Texas suffered a major power crisis, which came about as a result of three severe winter storms sweeping across the United States on February 10–11, 13–17, and 15–20; a massive electricity generation failure in...
Session Spotlight – Closing Keynote Address
FERC Update – Catching Up with FERC After a Year+ of Masking and Vaxxing In the Technical Conference on Environmental Engineering & Permitting Construction closing keynote discussion on September 15th, FERC staff will present several notable changes, challenges, and policies within the Commission as well as within other government agencies that affect how the FERC’s Division...