APGA Member Tour

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APGA's Member Tour is back for 2022 and APGA is excited to visit our members in person this September in Alabama and Georgia. At each stop along the way, APGA staff will enjoy lunch with attendees to chat about what we are doing for public gas systems and talk about pipeline safety and energy issues at the federal level and how that affects the community-owned natural gas industry. 

This year, APGA President & CEO Dave Schryver, Vice President of Operations & Safety Erin Kurilla, and APGA Vice President of Government Relations Stuart Saulters will be visiting member utilities across the United States to provide updates on federal regulatory and legislative activities for the publicly-owned and community-owned natural gas utility industry such as the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration's (PHMSA) Natural Gas Distribution Infrastructure Safety and Modernization Grant, but more importantly to have small group conversations about the challenges your utility is facing and what APGA can do to help.
Please come out to meet the team!

Dates and Location


Both registration and lunch are free. Each stop is open to all publicly- and community-owned gas employees, regardless of current APGA membership status.

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Who Should Attend

These events are open and free to all municipal natural gas utility employees, utility board or council members, and partners of natural gas utilities of both APGA members and non-members.  We invite you to attend and bring along elected and appointed officials who want to better understand current industry challenges, and the value delivered by your utility through its APGA membership.

10:00 AM       APGA Briefing Begins
11:30 AM       Lunch
12:15 PM       Roundtable w/ Q&A
1:00 PM         Adjourn

Questions?


If you have any questions about attending or registering for a Member Tour event, please reach out to APGA staff at info@apga.org. If you do not have a login to register, please reach out to APGA staff via our info@apga.org help line.
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