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2025 APGA Board & Committee Meetings and Gas Supply Conference

Make plans to join APGA next May 4-7, 2025, in Portland, ME!

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About This Event

The 2025 Gas Supply Conference & Communications Workshop will be held May 6-7 in Portland, Maine, and will be preceded by APGA's Board & Committee Meetings on May 4-6 in the same location. 


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Board & Committee Meetings

APGA's key decision makers and committee members meet quarterly during the year to help set APGA's goals and priorities.

APGA Gas Supply Conference

Natural gas utility gas supply professionals gather to hear presentations on current market changes and challenges.

APGA Communications Workshop

The APGA Communications Workshop is a new event aimed at being an interactive, collaborative experience for attendees.

Conference Location

Portland, Maine

The May 4-6 APGA Spring Board and Committee Meetings and May 6-7 2025 APGA Gas Supply Conference will be held in Portland, Maine.

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APGA Membership

From the smallest to the largest publicly- and community-owned gas systems, APGA is working for you.

Public Gas System Membership - We advocate on behalf of our members helping them strengthen their systems by providing access to the latest industry trends on safety standards, competitiveness, regulations and other important issues that affect their system.

Associate Membership – Associate membership is for organizations that provide products and/or services for publicly owned natural gas distribution systems. 

National Sponsor - Natural gas suppliers, vendors and other stakeholders can participate as National Sponsors and receive recognition and benefits that correspond with the level of support.

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About APGA

APGA is the only not-for-profit trade organization representing America's publicly owned natural gas local distribution companies (LDCs). APGA represents the interests of public gas before Congress, federal agencies and other energy-related stakeholders by developing regulatory and legislative policies that further the goals of our members. In addition, APGA organizes meetings, seminars, and workshops with a specific goal to improve the reliability, operational efficiency, and regulatory environment in which public gas systems operate.

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