Mr. Arthur C. Corbin
, President and CEO of the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG), has been elected to serve as the Gas Technology Institute (GTI) Board of Directors Vice Chair. He has spent the past 13 years as a GTI Director and chairs the Audit Committee. APGA and the APGA Research Foundation (RF) congratulate Arthur on this achievement. APGA and the RF work closely with MGAG and GTI to promote the natural gas industry and invest in technology that improves safety and efficiency for employees and customers nationwide.
“With over three decades at MGAG, Arthur has unparalleled insight into the circumstances municipalities face as they operate their gas systems under public ownership. Leading the largest non-profit natural gas joint action agency, he has a great appreciation of the needs of utility consumers and provides a critical perspective on economic development and environmental matters,” notes David Carroll, GTI President and CEO.
Chris Strippelhoff, MGAG Chief Membership Officer adds, “In addition to being a champion for the natural gas industry, and in particular a champion for public gas systems, Arthur is deeply committed to serving Members of the Gas Authority, its Board of Directors and the people he leads in his role as CEO.”
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