Monthly Webinars: NWGA arranges guest speakers each month to present topics of interest to the natural gas and energy industry. Webinars are regularly scheduled for the third Thursday of the month at Noon Pacific Time. Details for each webinar are emailed to registrants the morning of the webinar, approximately one hour before the start time. 

NW Alliance Webinars: NWACT arranges guest speakers periodically to present topics of interest to the conversion to natural gas vehicles. These webinars do not occur on a regular basis and the details for participation are emailed to registrants the morning of the webinar.

July 15: An Update from The Partnership for Energy Progress (PEP)

Join us at Noon Pacific Time to hear Ramsey Cox and Leanne Guier update us on the Partnership for Energy’s Progress. PEP is a collaboration of utilities, labor, farmers, workers, small and large businesses, and community advocates across the Northwest. Our goal is to communicate the work we do to provide reliable, affordable energy to homes and businesses, and highlight the progress we’re making to address climate change.

Natural gas provides reliable and affordable energy whenever it’s needed. This makes it uniquely capable of reducing carbon emissions while supporting the rapid expansion of wind, solar, renewable natural gas, green hydrogen, and tomorrow’s new solutions as we transform natural gas infrastructure to renewable gas infrastructure. Whether it’s a family relying on natural gas for cooking and heating or a farmer using it to guard against frost on a crop, natural gas is a critical part of the energy solution in the Northwest.


August: Summer Break


September 15: One Future’s 2020 Methane Emissions Intensity Report

Join us at Noon Pacific Time with our presenter Richard Hyde, Executive Director of One Future. Richard will discuss the year-to-year changes in sectors, the net emissions intensity from ONE Future has remained virtually flat but still is 67% less than our one percent goal. ONE Future’s overarching goal is to ensure the future of natural gas as a long-term sustainable fuel and that objective will be assured as additional players in the natural gas value chain continue to step up and embrace the benefits of reducing methane emissions. We understand that methane emission reduction, when implemented on a flexible performance-based approach selected by each company, is not just good for the environment, but is also good for the natural gas industry, its employees, customers, communities, and investors.