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The LINK Q1 2021

Well, the contentious election of 2020 is in the history books and we are getting shots in arms, it’s time to ask, “Now what?” We must all realize that vitally important policies affecting our industry and scores of natural gas operators will soon be debated and decided in the halls...
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The LINK Q1 2021
Well, the contentious election of 2020 is in the history books and we are getting shots in arms, it’s time to ask, “Now what?” We...
Suzanne Ogle, President & CEO of SGA, to Present at Enercom Dallas on April 6, 2021
Humankind’s health and quality of living and economic advances in the 20th-century are correlated with an unprecedented rise in energy consumption. Up to 32% of...
PSMS Tactical Guide Announcement
Breaking News — SGA’s Pipeline Safety Council announces the opening of application to participate in PSMS Tactical Guides Southern Gas Association and Northeast Gas Association...
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Giving Voice to Natural Gas: The Power of Grassroots Advocacy in Shaping Our Clean Energy Future
In pursuit of the “A-HA” moment. Grassroots efforts present each of us an opportunity to communicate about clean energy, how natural gas will help achieve shared climate goals and policies that will support a sustainable energy solution. Environmental activists have harnessed grassroots efforts to shape perception and public policy on fossil fuel. While they may...
SGA NEWSLETTER “THE LINK.” Q3 2020
Check out the latest edition of the SGA LINK! Discover how you can help change the narrative and tell the truth about the very real benefits of natural gas. It’s time to take the narrative back!   READ HERE
SGA NEWSLETTER “THE LINK.” Q2 2020
The second quarter of 2020 was a period that caused many of us to master the art of the purposeful pivot. From health-related concerns to engaging in an essential and complicated conversation about bias and disparity, our springs were definitely not what we anticipated. While many things have changed, much of our work remains the...