(WEST LINN, Ore.) Jan. 17, 2022 – Today, the Northwest Gas Association (NWGA) announced the launch of its new website and refreshed image, to better serve its members and anyone seeking more information about natural gas in the Pacific Northwest.
Since its inception in 1956, the NWGA has undergone multiple transitions in its graphic look and strategic mission. What hasn’t changed is that the NWGA continues to provide fact-based information to policymakers, opinion leaders, and the public about natural gas and the infrastructure used to serve the region.
“The NWGA is proud to advocate for the role of the natural gas infrastructure in delivering a safe, dependable and affordable energy future,” said Dan Kirschner, Executive Director of the Northwest Gas Association. “As our member companies evolve their business models to address the climate imperative, they are adding renewable fuels to their pipelines such as Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) and green hydrogen.” Kirschner continues, “We feel it important that our brand and image continue to change with the strategic direction of our member companies, reflecting their decarbonization initiatives and leadership towards a clean energy future.
“With the refreshed brand and our new website, we believe we can better serve our association members and the public by providing them with curated fact-based information on our new website about the role of our infrastructure and the value it provides in the bigger conversation about energy in our region.”
ABOUT NORTHWEST GAS ASSOCIATION
The Northwest Gas Association is a bi-national trade organization of the Pacific Northwest natural gas industry. Its core purpose is to advocate for the role of the region’s gas infrastructure in safely delivering a clean, dependable and affordable energy future. NWGA members include six natural gas utilities and three transmission pipelines that transport natural gas from production areas in Alberta, British Columbia, and the U.S. Rockies into and through the Pacific Northwest. Together, NWGA members serve warmth and comfort to 10 million residents in communities throughout British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington and productive energy to almost 350,000 businesses, institutions, and industries in the region. For more information, go to www.nwga.org or find NWGA on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.