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Luke Litteken 2023 SGA Chairman Announcement
Luke Litteken Named Chair of National Trade Association
Luke Litteken, SVP, Natural Gas Business Unit of Xcel Energy, is the new chair of Southern Gas Association Board of Directors. Southern Gas Association represents natural gas operators across the entire value chain as well as product and service companies supporting the natural gas industry. Dallas, Texas – The Southern Gas Association (SGA) Board of...
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...
When people chant “keep it in the ground,” I’m sure they weren’t referring to wind blade waste. There is no energy panacea. Every energy source has a pro and a con. In a recent article from, they offer a good perspective on the pollution of wind, in that the turbine blades are not recyclable,...
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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...
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Absolutism of Power and the Self-Righteousness of Environmental Activism
“Rolling blackouts plagued California last week as a heatwave instigated electricity demand that pushed the grid to the limits and exceeded California’s power capacity. It was a direct result of California’s absolute agenda of eliminating natural gas power.” Read more from this blog. By Suzanne Ogle President & CEO Southern Gas Association