APGA Committees

APGA's most important work is performed through committees, subcommittees and task forces comprised of volunteer APGA members.  Committees plan and oversee APGA's government relations work, the Annual Conference, the insurance program, and other activities that affect education, membership, marketing, and safety.

To view committee rosters, please login to the APGA Community at community.apga.org.

Codes & Standards

To advocate for safe and competitive codes and standards for the natural gas utility industry; and, to provide members timely notice of opportunities to consider and affect revisions to said codes and standards that may impact the competitive position of natural gas and end-use appliances.

Contact: Dan Lapato

Editorial

To brainstorm ideas, themes, authors and stories for the issues of THE SOURCE magazine.

Contact: Audrey Anderson

Gas Supply

To encourage the exchange of information about the natural gas market among public gas systems, suppliers, pipelines, joint purchasing groups, and other local distribution systems.

Contact: Dave Schryver

Government Relations

To direct and develop APGA legislative and regulatory activities while monitoring and managing efforts that further the interests of public gas systems before Congress and governmental agencies.

Contact: Dave Schryver

Legislative

To advocate the interests of public gas systems in Congress.

Contact: Dave Schryver

Marketing and Sales

To assist member systems to increase the number of customers and appliances served; and, act as a clearing-house for marketing "best practices."

Contact: Audrey Anderson

Natural Gas Vehicles Committee

To disseminate NGV and fueling infrastructure information internally to APGA members and to advocate for NGVs and fueling infrastructure externally to businesses and local, state, and federal policymakers in order to significantly increase the near-term deployment of NGVs throughout the United States.

Contact: Dave Schryver

Operations and Safety

To enhance the safety, reliability and efficiency of public gas system operations by providing information and services to APGA members and other stakeholders on the design, construction, operation and maintenance of natural gas piping systems.

Contact: John Erickson

Regulatory

To develop APGA's regulatory positions based on the policies reflected in the Association resolutions and on member needs and viewpoints; to communicate and advocate these positions in the relevant regulatory forums.

Contact: Dave Schryver