We’ve distributed two editions of our “On The Burner” email newsletter to our NWGA members-only email list. Each edition provides an industry-focused perspective on some of the key developments we’ve been tracking over the past month, in large part by repackaging the most relevant items from the weekly “Pilot Light” emails you receive as board […]
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Hello Board Members, Here’s a short overview of the discussion during this week’s January teleconference. Please reach out with any questions. AWB Climate Change Effort Overview: Gary Chandler, Vice President Government Affairs, and Brandon Housekeeper, Government Affairs Director, for the Association of Washington Business (AWB) provided the board with an assessment of the climate change […]
What is it about natural gas that makes it so suited to play a key role in both today’s and tomorrow’s energy mix? Let’s take a closer look. This white paper explores the many attributes and availability of natural gas, its versatility and how, moving forward, we can best use natural gas as part of […]
We have seen unprecedented change in the natural gas industry over the past few years,” said Frank Morehouse, NWGA Board President. “The Gas Outlook helps industry observers gain insight on what those changes mean for our region,” he added.
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Click on the links below to download a .pdf version of the presentations from the Ninth Annual Energy Conference. Please note that some presentations are not available to be shared publicly online. If you have any questions or would like to be put in contact with a speaker please contact Ben Hemson (bhemson at nwga.org) […]
Plenty of gas news to go around this week, of course natural gas powered vehicles remain a hot topic; we’re also getting a clearer picture of what the summer may hold for natural gas electric generation. Also, keep an eye out for the 2012 version of our annual Gas Outlook; it will be released in […]
What it means: Usually very large industrial customers connected directly to an interstate pipeline system. These customers purchase their own gas supplies and contract directly from the pipeline for transportation, thereby bypassing the bundled services typically offered by local distribution companies. See it in action: What do you do if you want to use natural […]