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American Gas Assocation (AGA)


  • AGA - AGA/SPE Underground Storage Operators Workshop

    Apr 2 - 3, (ET)
    Jointly sponsored by the American Gas Association (AGA) Operating Section’s Underground Storage Committee and the Midwest Gas Storage Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), the AGA/SPE Biennial Underground Storage Operators Workshop targets field operators and managers responsible for the safe and effective operation of natural gas underground storage facilities. This 1.5-day workshop consists of  dynamic presentations and engaging discussions  along with a storage facility site tour. This is undoubtedly, a unique operator training and educational opportunity! #AGA
    Normal, IL, United States

  • AGA - Next Level Leadership Women's Program

    Apr 9 - 11, (ET)
    AGA’s Next Level Leadership Women’s program is crafted to help provide a leadership development opportunity for women who are “rising stars” at their company. This industry-wide program is targeted at those positions are currently below the vice president level and are ready to assume leadership roles. This year’s hybrid program will consist of three sessions.  Events will be held in the local time zone.  The program includes skills training, discussions from industry leaders, leadership experts, networking and more. #AGA
    Washington DC, DC, United States

  • AGA - Operations Conference & Biennial Exhibition

    Apr 28 - May 2, (ET)
    The Operations Conference is the natural gas industry’s premier gathering of utilities, distribution, and transmission operators.  Leaders and technical experts from across North America and the world attend the event. Developed by gas operators for gas operators – this event is the industry’s largest annual forum with regularly more than 800 operations management in attendance. The event offers technical sessions with topics, to include but not limited to, gas measurement, pipeline integrity, operations advocacy, system safety, environment, storage, engineering, renewable natural gas, construction and maintenance, gas control, supplemental gas, corrosion control and piping materials. Attendees share technical knowledge, leadership strategies, and learning events promoting the safe, reliable, and cost-effective delivery of natural gas to the end-user. #AGA
    Seattle, WA, United States

  • AGA - Financial Forum

    May 18 - 21, (ET)
    AGA’s Financial Forum provides a unique opportunity for energy industry executives, security analysts, portfolio managers, rating agencies and bankers to meet for two days to evaluate the outlook for the energy industry and individual companies. General session topics address broad, industry-wide issues, while the technical workshops provide more in-depth treatment of specific topics. The structured program of visitation tables, formal presentations and organized company dinners provides substantial time for assessment of individual company opportunities. #AGA
    Palm Desert, CA, United States

  • AGA - Operations Section Fall Committee Meetings & Related Events

    Oct 7 - 11, (ET)
    The AGA O&E committees work together to anticipate, plan for and meet the operational challenges of the natural gas industry. Committee products include technology transfer (e.g., publications and workshops), operation processes (e.g., best practices, standards development), regulatory input and influence, and professional development. Committees provide a forum for industry professionals to pool their collective knowledge to improve the state of operations, maintenance, engineering, and the technological aspects of transporting, storing, distributing, measuring and utilizing natural gas. Individual committee meeting agendas will be available by the end of July. #AGA
    Oklahoma City, OK, United States

AHRI


  • AHRI - Sector Leadership Council Meeting

    May 22 - 24, (ET)
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    Washington, DC, United States

  • AHRI - Leadership Forum

    Nov 17 - 19, (ET)
    AHRI will welcome hundreds of members, staff, and invited association guests to the La Quinta Resort and Club Palm Springs, CA, from November 17 to 19 for the 2024 AHRI Leadership Forum. This is the premiere association event at which HVACR industry colleagues engage on pressing issues, while taking the opportunity to network in relaxed and beautiful settings. #AHRI
    La Quinta, CA, United States

Alabama Natural Gas Association (ANGA)


American Public Gas Association (APGA)


  • APGA - Spring Board & Committee Meetings

    May 5 - 7, (ET)
    Make plans to attend the 2024 APGA Spring Board & Committee Meetings on May 5-7 in Naples, FL. The APGA Board and Committee Meetings is a quarterly event.  APGA's most important work is performed through committees, subcommittees, and task forces comprised of volunteer APGA members, and they meet in person four times a year. #APGA
    Naples, FL, United States

  • Spring Board and Committee Meetings, 2024 Gas Supply Conference, and 2024 Communications Workshop

    May 5 - 8, (ET)
    May 5-8, 2024 | Naples FL Spring Board and Committee Meetings: May 5-7 | Naples FL APGA meets four times a year with its committees, subcommittees and task forces comprised of volunteer members to do APGA's most important work. APGA's Board will meet in person, but the committee meetings will be held online. VIEW BOARD & COMMITTEE CONFERENCE WEBSITE Gas Supply Conference: May 7-8 | Naples FL Gas Supply Conference (GSC) is a conference for municipal professionals to learn more about current natural gas market changes and challenges. VIEW GAS SUPPLY CONFERENCE WEBSITE Communications Workshop: May 7-8 | Naples FL The APGA Communications Workshop is a new event aimed at being an interactive, collaborative experience for attendees. The sessions are set up as roundtables, panels and the like all with the aim of engaging attendees in discussions to assist in better communicating issues of interest. These issues and topics include crisis communications, policy & advocacy, internal communications, community engagement, sustainability efforts, and more. VIEW MARKETING & POLICY CONFERENCE WEBSITE #APGA
    Naples, FL, United States

  • APGA - Communications Workshop

    May 7 - 8, (ET)
    Please make plans to join us for the 2024 Communications Workshop on May 7-8 in Naples, FL!  This Communications Workshop gives attendees insight into the benefits of the direct use of natural gas in their communities and presentations on the policy and politics affecting the natural gas direct use market.  Here are some great reasons to attend this one-of-a-kind event for the publicly- and community-owned natural gas industry: Comprehensive Communication Strategies . The APGA Communications Workshop gives attendees a comprehensive experience on how to best communicate the use of natural gas to customers and policymakers alike. Hot Topics.  Do not miss timely sessions from industry experts and discussions with your utility peers on topics such as working with stakeholders, marketing trend best practices, and case study presentations from the winners of APGA's Marketing & Sales Awards. Advocacy.  Learn how to effectively advocate for your system at the state and local levels. #APGA
    Naples, FL, United States

  • APGA - Communications Workshop

    May 7 - 8, (ET)
    Save the date for the 2024 Communications Workshop on May 7-8 in Naples, FL.  The APGA Communications Workshop is a new event aimed at being an interactive, collaborative experience for attendees. The sessions are set up as roundtables, panels and the like all with the aim of engaging attendees in discussions to assist in better communicating issues of interest. These issues and topics include crisis communications, policy & advocacy, internal communications, community engagement, sustainability efforts, and more. #APGA
    Naples, FL, United States

  • APGA - Gas Supply Conference

    May 7 - 8, (ET)
    Thank you to the attendees of the 2023 APGA Gas Supply Conference and save the date for the 2024 Gas Supply Conference on May 7-8 in Naples, FL. The Gas Supply Conference will inform attendees about natural gas market changes and challenges, as well as provide opportunities to learn about best practices for gas supply management.   While APGA works on the 2024 program, please view highlights from the 2023 Gas Supply Conference program: Comprehensive Supply Overview . The APGA Gas Supply Conference gave attendees a comprehensive view on the current market trends and future outlook of natural gas supply.  Hot Topics.  Timely sessions from industry experts and discussions with your utility peers on topics such as purchase planning and management strategies, a winter post-mortem panel with APGA members, and the state of natural gas prepays. New Supply Opportunities.  Learn about the opportunities for third-party certified gas now and in the future. #APGA
    Naples, FL, United States

  • 2024 APGA Annual Conference

    Jul 28, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (MT)
    July 28-31, 2024 | Traverse City MI Thought-provoking education sessions, game-changing ideas, and practical solutions are just three of the many things you’ll take away from the APGA Annual Conference. #APGA
    Acme, MI, United States

  • Fall Board & Committee Meetings and 2024 APGA Operations Conference

    Oct 20 - 24, (CT)
    October 20-22 Fall Board & Committee Meetings  Knoxville, TN October 22-23 Operations Conference  Knoxville, TN #APGA
    Knoxville, TN, United States

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Distribution Contractors Association (DCA)


  • DCA - Safety Congress

    Apr 22 - 24, (ET)
    DCA’s Annual Safety Congress is becoming a “must-attend” event for safety professionals each year. The two-day event attracts safety professionals from across the country and industry to discuss different challenges and problems utility contractors face, from creative training ideas to managing a safety culture within your company. The Safety Director of the Year and the Safety Person of the Year are awarded at the Congress. #DCA
    Kansas City, KS, United States

  • DCA - Fall Meeting

    Oct 23 - 25, (ET)
    The Fall Meeting is a members-only event with a board meeting, leadership council meeting, committee meetings, and a networking social event. The Executive Finance Committee meets at this event to review the operations of the staff. #DCA
    Boston, MA, United States

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Energy Solutions Center (ESC)


  • ESC Webinar: Managing Customer Expectations and Delivering Excellent Service

    Apr 4, 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM (ET)
    The Energy Solutions Center is offering it’s 2nd training webinar in conjunction with Vicki Flesher with InterAct Training Group on April 4th at 2PM Eastern. This program will educate gas representatives to enhance and improve customer service, management and sales skills. Vicki has worked with ESC for several years on various training and education programs. The April class is titled: Managing Customer Expectations and Delivering Excellent Service and will run from 2PM to 3:30 PM Eastern on Thursday, April 4, 2024. The early bird registration rate is $179 per person through 3/28/24. #ESC Register at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4629269845163303767  This is a 1.5 hour interactive on-line training session. About this Training session: During this webinar, participants will receive instruction on how to manage the customer’s expectations. In the service process, communication needs to be proactive so that the customer has a realistic understanding of what’s possible. The session will also address what customers expect from those that serve them, and what kinds of things create dissatisfaction for customers. As well, there will be a focus on how to set and manage expectations, how to diffuse upset customers by listening, demonstrating empathy, asking questions and solving the customer’s problems, which will all work together to create an excellent customer experience. On this webinar attendees can expect to learn about delivering excellent customer service, improve listening skills, and learn how to diffusing upset customer situations. About the Speaker: Vicki Flesher owns InterAct Training Group, specializing in business development, customer service, and leadership and management development training. Vicki offers clients unique consulting services unmatched by similar firms through her group training, coaching for individual employees, and training transfer techniques. Her innovative methodologies assist clients in maximizing their return on the training investment. Vicki worked with ESC to develop its Customer Relationship Development training program and our 2022/2023 Leadership Development training. Individual rate: Regular rate is $197 per person, early bird discount is $179 through 3/28/24. Corporate Unlimited Access Rate: ESC is offering a corporate rate for unlimited staff registrations for this event. The regular rate is $1,950 and early bird rate is $1,750 good through 3/28/24. Please let me know if you would like to purchase a corporate unlimited staff pass for this event.

  • 2024 Technology & Market Assessment Forum (TMAF)

    Apr 9 - 11, (ET)
    2024 Pittsburgh Technology & Market Assessment Forum   #ESC Get the stage ready, ESC is bringing the Technology & Market Assessment Forum (TMAF) to Pittsburgh, PA. TMAF is the  Energy Solutions Center 's premier education and networking conference for gas utility marketing, sales, and customer support representatives from throughout North America. The two and a half-day conference focuses on educating utility professionals about the latest  gas solutions, marketing, sales and customer outreach, and conservation. We guarantee that each attendee will gain new and innovative approaches to bringing energy-efficient natural gas solutions to residential, commercial, and industrial customers.  What to expect at TMAF? More than 20 sessions covering topics related to the residential, commercial, and industrial segments of the energy industry including utility company case studies and marketing strategies, low carbon projects, and new and emerging gas technology solutions Exhibit hall featuring gas technology manufacturers and suppliers Two complimentary evening receptions, including one off-site Networking opportunities with fellow utility professionals and other industry stakeholders   Join ESC and our host utility, Peoples Gas, April 9-11 at the Omni William Penn Hotel.       Event Information Pittsburgh TMAF Dates: Tuesday, April 9, 2023 through Thursday, April 11, 2024 Location:  Omni William Penn Hotel | 530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 2024 TMAF Registration Costs: TMAF Registration ESC Member Rate: $125.00 TMAF Registration Non-Member Rate: $799.00 Please note that our online processing system does not accept American Express as a form of payment.    Hotel Information Reserve your hotel room:  You A block of hotel rooms have been reserved for conference attendees at a discounted rate of $199 + taxes per night. The block will close on   March 18, 2024  or when rooms are full. Please click here to make your reservation. Reservations can also be made via telephone at (888) 444-6664. Please mention the ESC TMAF group block when booking to receive the discount.   If you have any questions or issues registering, please contact Briana Jeter at bjeter@escenter.org.
    Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Florida Natural Gas Association (FNGA)


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Gas Certification Institute (GCI)


  • GCI - Fundamentals of Crude Measurement

    Mar 19 - 21, (ET)
    Grounded in API standards, this course provides participants with an understanding of the fundamentals of manual tank gauging, principle operations of dynamic meters, meter proving, factor calculation, asset balancing, and much more. By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement

    Apr 9, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (ET)
    Virtually all hydrocarbons are bought and sold by volume; however, variations in component content and shrinkage due to molecular variation make it impossible to measure NGLs by volume. Measuring NGLs by mass, and subsequently calculating component volumes, demands accuracy and intimate knowledge of the processes involved. Learn the basics of properly measuring liquid to help your company control loss. Included is a brief history of flow measurement technology, various methods of liquid flow measurement currently in use, what can affect measurement accuracy and repeatability, and what to consider when selecting flow instrumentation for a particular application. By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Apr 16 - 19, (ET)
    The importance of measurement cannot be overstated, and this course provides participants a solid foundation to understand the impact of not following industry standards and best practices for measurement certainty. Seemingly minor discrepancies can have far-reaching results: adverse impact to revenue, noncompliance issues, breach of contracts, and possible litigation, so the need for accurate measurement is imperative. This training is also considered the first week of our two-week Gas Measurement Fundamentals Certification course. <Participants can enroll for both weeks consecutively or split the weeks over time.> By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completio #GCI

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Jun 11 - 14, (ET)
    The importance of measurement cannot be overstated, and this course provides participants a solid foundation to understand the impact of not following industry standards and best practices for measurement certainty. Seemingly minor discrepancies can have far-reaching results: adverse impact to revenue, noncompliance issues, breach of contracts, and possible litigation, so the need for accurate measurement is imperative. This training is also considered the first week of our two-week Gas Measurement Fundamentals Certification course. <Participants can enroll for both weeks consecutively or split the weeks over time.> By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals Certification

    Jun 11 - 21, (ET)
    Knowing how to perform measurement procedures is a great starting place, but knowing why procedures are performed in a specific manner is the ideal environment for personnel and the companies that employ them. As challenging as it may be, effectively delivering training is an increasingly important issue for today’s energy companies. Expediting training is also important for companies. Standards-based training can be difficult because it requires an instructor who has familiarity with applicable standards and can relate the importance of the measurement practice. Companies recognize that by developing a thorough understanding of gas measurement, personnel can contribute to maximizing measurement accuracy, thereby directly affecting the revenue generated through the sale, purchase, or transportation of natural gas. In addition to the topics covered in our Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices course, instruction addresses linear meters (coriolis, ultrasonic, and turbine), the complete EGM system (primary, secondary, and tertiary devices), and the impact of measurement uncertainty based on processes and practices. The second week combines both lecture and hands-on exercises based on following industry standards and how deviation can induce measurement error. Participants have two options to gain a certification in gas measurement fundamentals: take the 9 days (over 2 consecutive weeks) or split the two weeks over time. We offer the full certification course 3 times each year, and the Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices course (the first week) 4 times each year. #cgi #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - SCADA Fundamentals Certification

    Aug 6 - 9, (ET)
    Beyond just ensuring their systems are in compliance with shifting regulations and standards, SCADA operators want to implement best practices. This course enables the industry to stay current with standards and the processes to properly apply them to their operations. SCADA environments require unique management and security considerations than a traditional enterprise network environment. This course provides participants detailed understanding of industry standards as well as how to safely and properly safeguard against the typical vulnerabilities that exist in SCADA environments. The SCADA Fundamentals Certification course prepares controllers, operations managers and support personnel to meet the unique challenges in today’s energy industry. The added study of the complete lifecycle of alarm management and controller support technology creates advanced awareness and knowledge key to effective controller operations and overall operational integrity. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Aug 13 - 16, (ET)
    The importance of measurement cannot be overstated, and this course provides participants a solid foundation to understand the impact of not following industry standards and best practices for measurement certainty. Seemingly minor discrepancies can have far-reaching results: adverse impact to revenue, noncompliance issues, breach of contracts, and possible litigation, so the need for accurate measurement is imperative. This training is also considered the first week of our two-week Gas Measurement Fundamentals Certification course. <Participants can enroll for both weeks consecutively or split the weeks over time.> By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Fundamentals of Crude Measurement

    Aug 20 - 22, (ET)
    Grounded in API standards, this course provides participants with an understanding of the fundamentals of manual tank gauging, principle operations of dynamic meters, meter proving, factor calculation, asset balancing, and much more. By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Oct 15 - 18, (ET)
    The importance of measurement cannot be overstated, and this course provides participants a solid foundation to understand the impact of not following industry standards and best practices for measurement certainty. Seemingly minor discrepancies can have far-reaching results: adverse impact to revenue, noncompliance issues, breach of contracts, and possible litigation, so the need for accurate measurement is imperative. This training is also considered the first week of our two-week Gas Measurement Fundamentals Certification course. <Participants can enroll for both weeks consecutively or split the weeks over time.> By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Back-Office Gas Measurement Fundamentals

    Oct 21 - 25, (ET)
    The class will equip back-office professionals with the measurement fundamentals knowledge required to understand custody transfer practices, to identify and address common issues in measurement data, and to improve their interaction with field measurement personnel.  It emphasizes the importance of maintaining the integrity of measurement data throughout data collection, validation, and processing.  It teaches the fundamentals of gas measurement based upon AGA, API, and GPA standards, and provides context on how data should be processed, whether a company is using a commercial measurement software system, an in-house developed system, or outsourcing to a 3 rd  party. This course presents the fundamental concepts, terminology, standards, and best practices that natural gas custody measurement is based upon, focusing on the context needed by measurement analysts and other back-office professionals. While much attention is focused on the field custody transfer equipment and its operations, the data from the field devices must then be collected, validated, processed, and summarized prior to being used by accounting and other business units.  This course discusses validation of data to detect anomalies, errors, or missing data and how to address those issues, while maintaining the integrity of the custody transfer process. This class will not address navigation, use, editing, or configuration of specific measurement software systems, rather it equips users of these systems with the measurement knowledge needed to make sound decisions and to manage their workflow efficiently. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI

  • GCI - Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement

    Nov 5 - 7, (ET)
    Virtually all hydrocarbons are bought and sold by volume; however, variations in component content and shrinkage due to molecular variation make it impossible to measure NGLs by volume. Measuring NGLs by mass, and subsequently calculating component volumes, demands accuracy and intimate knowledge of the processes involved. Learn the basics of properly measuring liquid to help your company control loss. Included is a brief history of flow measurement technology, various methods of liquid flow measurement currently in use, what can affect measurement accuracy and repeatability, and what to consider when selecting flow instrumentation for a particular application. By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Advanced Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement

    Nov 12 - 14, (ET)
    For participants who have completed our Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement course or for personnel who need to expand their on-the-job knowledge, this training provides a greater understanding of balance relationships through a combination of reviewing fundamental theories and examination of real-world case studies of volume and mass systems. Participants are given a factual case of measurement imbalance with supporting data to perform an investigative analysis and a systematic recommendation to resolve the imbalance and then to present their findings. By attending this instructor-led course, participants can return to their jobs and immediately apply the knowledge gained. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

Georgia Municipal Association (GMA)


  • GMA - Annual Gas Section Conference

    Sep 22 - Oct 2, (ET)
    The Gas Section of the Georgia Municipal Association exists to coordinate activities and assist municipal natural gas systems in providing efficient, safe and economical service to their consumers and to foster, coordinate and perform, or cause to be performed, training schools, conferences, short courses and training sessions and/or mediums for discussion, study and communication regarding transportation, storage, production and utilization of natural gas by municipal operators. #GMA
    Savannah, GA, United States

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Kentucky Gas Association (KGA)


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LDC Gas Forums


  • LDC-Gas Forums - Annual LDC Gas Forums - Southeast

    Apr 16 - 18, (ET)
    What:  The 24th Annual Southeast Forum is the premier event where 400+ of the Natural Gas Industry’s leaders gather in   Ponte Vedra Beach  for 2½ days of networking, insights, & deal making. Who:   See who attended in  2023 ; the 2024 attendee will be available closer to the Forum! Why:  Got an eye for networking?   Networking  is at the heart of the Forums. There are multiple opportunities to meet and connect with people through our  scheduled networking activities  and before/after/in-between sessions. It is hard NOT to meet people! Got an eye for today’s news?  Hear valuable and unique insights from the newsmakers and leaders of the industry. The 2024 agenda will be released closer to the event, but take a look at  last year’s agenda   to get a feel for the topics presented.       YOU: You should attend this forum if…   …you are with a utility. These are your peers!     …you are an end user. Meet current & potential new suppliers!     …you are a marketer. Meet current & potential new suppliers and markets!     …you are a processor. Meet current & potential markets, producers and pipelines!     …you are a producer. Meet current & potential markets, marketers and pipelines!     …you are a vendor. This is where your customers will be! #LDCGasForums
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, United States

  • LDC - AnnuaLDC Gas Forums - Northeast

    Jun 10 - 12, (ET)
    #LDCGasForums
    Boston, MA, United States

  • LDC-Gas Forums - Annual LDC Gas Forums - Mid-Continent

    Sep 9 - 11, (ET)
    #LDCGasForums
    Chicago, IL, United States

  • LDC-Gas Forums - Gulf Coast Energy Forum

    Oct 14 - 16, (ET)
    #LDCGasForums
    New Orleans, LA, United States

  • LDC-Gas Forums - Annual US-Mexico Natural Gas Forum

    Nov 11 - 13, (ET)
    #LDCGasForums
    San Antonio, TX, United States

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MEA Energy Association


  • MEA – Spring Executive Forum

    Mar 19 - 21, (MT)
    The MEA Executive Forums are industry events for leaders and executives from natural gas and electric delivery companies, supplier companies, and contractors. Participate in structured discussions on conference topics, discover successful practices, and share ideas with leaders in similar roles to help envision and prepare for a better future for the energy industry. At the JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa. #MEA
    Las Vegas, NV, United States

  • MEA – Environmental Leadership Learning Conference

    Apr 1 - 3, (CT)
    April 1-3 For those who work in natural gas and electric delivery. The MEA Environmental Leadership Learning Conference is designed by and for utility and consultant personnel and provides timely and relevant information on environmental issues facing the energy industry nationally.   #MEA   St. Paul, MN https://www.meaenergy.org/education/environmental/
    St. Paul, MN, United States

  • MEA-Transportation & Fleet Learning Conference

    Apr 10, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (CT)
    MEA-Transportation & Fleet Learning Conference #MEA April 10-11         For those who work in natural gas and electric delivery. The roundtable features expert presentations, open discussions, and sharing among utilities and has covered telematics, electrification, emergency fleet response, and other topics relevant to utility transportation and fleet in the past.   St. Joseph, MO https://www.meaenergy.org/education/transportation-fleet/
    St. Joseph, MO, United States

  • MEA – Gas Ops Roundtable

    Apr 29 - May 1, (ET)
    MEA – Gas Ops Roundtable April 29-May 1 The Gas Ops Roundtable is a unique opportunity to share in a small group discussion with your peers about current issues, trends, and best practices. All sessions are moderated by gas industry experts. This event is your chance to ask questions, learn from industry counterparts, and share your experiences.   #MEA Indianapolis, IN https://www.meaenergy.org/education/gas/gas-ops-roundtable/
    Indianapolis, IN, United States

  • MEA - Gas Operations Technical & Leadership Summit

    Aug 6 - 8, (CT)
    MEA - Gas Operations Technical & Leadership Summit August 6-8 MEA has been offering best-in-class gas operations training since 1923. This annual event is attended by natural gas crews, foreman, supervisors, managers, and directors. The summit features keynotes, exhibits, pre-conference courses, and tracks on compliance, safety, measurement and control, distribution and technology, engineering, and technical training.   Springfield, IL https://www.meaenergy.org/education/gas/gas-operations-technical-leadership-summit/   #MEA
    Springfield, IL, United States

  • MEA - National Gas Rodeo & Expo

    Sep 11 - 13, (ET)
      #MEA MEA - National Gas Rodeo & Expo September 11-13 The National Gas Rodeo is a program of MEA Energy Association. It was started to promote the skills and teamwork of those working in the natural gas delivery industry. The team-based events build leadership and enhance company morale. We focus on safe, time-efficient performance of job skills. At Turfway Park Racing & Gaming.   Florence, KY https://www.nationalgasrodeo.org/
    Florence, KY, United States

  • MEA – Fall Executive Forum

    Oct 8 - 10, (ET)
    MEA – Fall Executive Forum #MEA October 8-10 The MEA Executive Forums are industry events for leaders and executives from natural gas and electric delivery companies, supplier companies, and contractors. Participate in structured discussions on conference topics, discover successful practices, and share ideas with leaders in similar roles to help envision and prepare for a better future for the energy industry. At the Omni Grove Park Inn.   Asheville, NC https://www.meaenergy.org/education/leadership/executive-forums/
    Asheville, NC, United States

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Northeast Gas Association (NGA)


  • NGA - Gas Operations School & Exhibit

    Jun 4 - 7, (ET)
    With public focus on safety and environmental stewardship as well as continued legislative and regulatory changes, it's imperative that we improve the knowledge, skills and experience of our people. The Northeast Gas Operations School helps us do just that with its annual Gas Operations School. #NGA
    Smithfield, RI, United States

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Southern Gas Association


  • Introduction to ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance)

    Feb 12 - Dec 12, (ET)
    Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) has gained increasing attention over the past few years, with many institutional investors investing only in those companies that provide ESG performance reporting.  An introduction to Environmental, Social and Governance for the natural gas industry provides an overview of an ESG framework and how it supports a company’s overall risk management. We will look at each component in detail and deliver insight into how those components converge to impact a company and its stakeholders. Whether you’re in distribution, transmission, marketing, E&P or a supplier you will no doubt be faced with a growing interest in ESG and how it informs you or your company’s decision-making.  The intention of this course is to prepare you with the foundational knowledge needed to respond effectively and help you understand how the stakeholders are using ESG information to conduct due diligence and make investment decisions. Attendees will receive  2 Professional Development Hours (PDH)   and   Level 1 Natural Gas Industry ESG Professional Credly badge   upon completion. #SGA

  • SGA - Spring Gas Conference & Expo

    Mar 18 - 20, (ET)
    This conference features sessions, workshops and roundtable sessions led by industry thought leaders with content curated by peers. Topics focus on technical skills and leadership training for natural gas operators. With best-in-class training, you can create a customized schedule to meet your specific professional needs for you and your team to learn and grow together. #SGA
    Columbia, SC, United States

  • SGA - Management Conference

    Apr 3 - 5, (ET)
    One of the   natural gas   industry’s   premier   conferences, the SGA Management Conference is attended by   C-Suite, Directors and Senior Managers from   across the industry .   Public and private   companies   gather to   share real-life experiences,   challenges   and opportunities.   General sessions on the   industry’s most pressing   topics , plus joint sessions on issues of common interest, and focused roundtable sessions make this a valuable opportunity for education, sharing of best practices, and relationship building.      #SGA
    Atlanta, GA, United States

  • SGA - Transmission Pipeline Design Workshop

    May 7 - 10, (ET)
    This 3.5-day workshop takes you through the pipeline design process from pipe sizing to post-construction record keeping. The workshop is built around team activities that provide classroom instruction and all steps in the design cycle based on a real-life pipeline design project. This workshop will address the upcoming Mega Rule Changes including discussions of the new requirements, and a review of situations when the new requirements would be triggered. In addition, what is TVC (Traceable Verifiable and Complete) and the newest technologies available to meet requirements #SGA
    Houston, TX, United States

  • SGA - Safety Conference

    Jun 24 - 25, (ET)
    Safety is of paramount importance in all aspects of life, whether it’s at home, in the workplace, or in public spaces. Ensuring safety not only protects individuals from harm but also contributes to overall well-being and productivity. At SGA, we recognize the importance of fostering a culture of safety, not only within our workplaces but also in our communities and homes. The goal of the SGA Conference is to provide the tools and knowledge needed to foster an incident-free workplace while building solid, collaborative relationships in the natural gas industry. Attending this conference equips professionals with the tools, knowledge, and connections needed to elevate safety practices, reduce risks, and contribute to the overall success of the industry. #SGA
    St. Louis, MO, United States

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Tennessee Gas Association (TGA)


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Western Ernergy Institute (WEI)


  • WEI - Gas Utility Fundamentals & Insights

    Mar 13 - 14, (ET)
    WEI provides nearly eighty-five (85) customized Utility Fundamentals + Insights classes each year, hosted by WEI Member Companies on-site, to provide a unique, individualized training experience for their employees. These courses provide employees with a broad understanding of how the energy industry works and a better awareness of their own roles within their organizations. Gas Utility Fundamentals + Insights is delivered through seven distinct instruction modules: (1) Fundamentals of Gas; (2) Extraction + Gas Transmission; (3) Distribution Operations; (4) Customers + Consumption; (5) Regulations, Codes, and Safety; (6) Emerging Issues; and (7) How Utilities Make Money. Modules 1-6 are delivered in-person through a one-day discussion format or scheduled virtually in two four-hour sessions scheduled over two days. Module 7 is delivered virtually to all attendees once they have completed Modules 1-6. Contact WEI for more information and to schedule your class. #WEI

  • WEI - Operations Conference

    Apr 23 - 26, (ET)
    The Operations Conference is WEI’s largest event. The annual in-person conference brings together hundreds energy industry professionals for three days of education and networking. In addition to general sessions with industry leaders and keynote speakers, the Operations Conference offers fourteen tracks with breakout sessions targeted to specific operations functions. A limited number of vendor displays and sponsorship opportunities are available to WEI member service companies. #WEI
    Oakland, CA, United States

  • WEI - Gas Utility Fundamentals & Insights

    May 14 - 15, (ET)
    WEI provides nearly eighty-five (85) customized Utility Fundamentals + Insights classes each year, hosted by WEI Member Companies on-site, to provide a unique, individualized training experience for their employees. These courses provide employees with a broad understanding of how the energy industry works and a better awareness of their own roles within their organizations. Gas Utility Fundamentals + Insights is delivered through seven distinct instruction modules: (1) Fundamentals of Gas; (2) Extraction + Gas Transmission; (3) Distribution Operations; (4) Customers + Consumption; (5) Regulations, Codes, and Safety; (6) Emerging Issues; and (7) How Utilities Make Money. Modules 1-6 are delivered in-person through a one-day discussion format or scheduled virtually in two four-hour sessions scheduled over two days. Module 7 is delivered virtually to all attendees once they have completed Modules 1-6. Contact WEI for more information and to schedule your class. #WEI