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Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind annual meeting bringing together supply chain professionals from natural gas pipeline, midstream and LDCs, along with companies who provide goods and services to the natural gas industry.
Gas companies pay 1 fee and can register up to 5 people!
Hear about strategic supply chain and project development issues
At the Technical Conference on Environmental Permitting & Construction, you’ll gain a better understanding of the requirements for permitting process complex projects and learn how to ensure compliance per the federal, state and local regulatory requirements.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn new ideas in a variety of workshops, classes and seminars geared towards all aspects of the natural gas industry. The Spring Gas Conference offers a full agenda of workshops and classes for you and your team grow professionally! View the full list of the Spring Gas Conference classes with descriptions here.
The Environmental Committee is seeking submissions for the Environmental Excellence Awards program. Categories for submittal include Stewardship, Partnership and Technology/Conservation. All entries are due to Ashlyn Smith by April 1.
More information can be found on the Environmental Excellence Awards program webpage.
Sponsorship opportunities have changed! SGA rolled out a new sponsorship program beginning January 2017. Read more about the changes here.
This three-day workshop will provide end users/operators, engineering companies and packagers with procedures and references for selecting, specifying, procuring, designing, applying and operating large, high-speed reciprocating compressor packages.
It includes a comprehensive and detailed guideline for designing and building high-speed compressor packages that meet customer and equipment OEM specifications. Project management and planning, equipment installation and commissioning are also covered in detail.
This class will provide attendees with the knowledge and tools to better identify, specify, address and resolve vibration issues affecting reciprocating compressors. The impact of equipment selection, operation and piping layout on pulsation, vibration and performance will also be discussed.
Attendees will actively participate in designing pulsation control and identifying support locations using tools provided by the presenters. An overview of torsional vibration and its impact on the design process will also be provided.
This GMRC workshop is designed to meet the needs of analysts and engineers who are involved in predictive and preventive maintenance programs throughout the natural gas industry. Sessions and presentation ranging from basic to advanced will allow the analysts and engineers to take home information that is useful now.
Case studies are now being accepted for the 2017 GMRC Engine Analyzer and Reliability workshop. Please send to Chairman Joe Lavy and Jane Butler by Friday, March 31.
Southern Gas Association 3030 LBJ Freeway Suite 1500 Dallas, TX 75234 Phone: 972-620-8505 Fax: 972-620-1613 Email:email@example.com Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CST
SGA is a 501 (c)(6) organization with offices in Dallas. Founded in 1908 we exist to serve our 116 (with 69 subsidiaries) members who conduct business in the following sectors of the natural gas industry:
Transmission (pipeline and midstream)
Gas Supply Marketing
Although our primary footprint is the lower 17 states our members have assets in 33 states.
SGA is a member-driven organization with over 500 volunteers serving on 60+ Interest Groups and Task Forces managed by 8 Section Managing Committees.