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American Gas Assocation (AGA)


  • AGA - Trenchless Technology Workshop

    Feb 28 - Mar 2, (ET)
    This 2.5-day workshop will provide a comprehensive review of the most widely used trenchless technologies in the industry and will provide a unique opportunity to learn more on the key elements of HDD, Pipe Bursting and Cured-In-Place Liner (CIPL) technologies. This workshop is open to all AGA members, including associate members.  Sponsorship opportunities are available. #AGA
    Atlanta, GA, United States

  • AGA - Next Level Leadership Women's Program

    Mar 22 - 23, (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. All events will be held during Eastern Standard Time. The program includes skills training, discussions from industry leaders, leadership experts, networking and more. #AGA
    Washington, DC, United States

  • DCA/AGA - Utility Contractor Workshop

    Mar 27 - 29, (ET)
    The DCA and AGA partner to produce a workshop aimed at increasing communication and cooperation between gas distribution utilities and the contractors who work for them. The 2022 event attracted some 145 attendees representing gas utilities, contractors, manufacturers, labor unions, industry experts, and federal government officials. #DCA/AGA #DCA #AGA
    Chicago, IL, United States

  • AGA - Operations Conference & Biennial Exhibition

    May 2 - 4, (ET)
    The annual AGA Operations Conference is the natural gas industry's premier gathering of natural gas utility and transmission company operations management from across North America and the world for the sharing of technical knowledge, ideas and practices to promote the safe, reliable, and cost-effective delivery of natural gas to the end-user. The Operations Conference is AGA's largest forum with regularly more than 900 operations management in attendance, including 100 speakers, and over 120 technical presentations that run the gamut of topics, such as gas measurement, operations advocacy, safety, environment, storage, engineering, construction and maintenance, gas control, supplemental gas, corrosion control and piping materials. 2023 Exhibition; The 2023 exhibition will be held in conjunction with the conference. The exhibition attracts approximately 250 domestic/international vendors occupying 50,000+ square feet of Exhibit Space, including large islands. For exhibit inquiries, please contact AGA Exhibit Management at aga@epponline.com #AGA
    Grapevine, TX, United States

  • AGA - Financial Forums

    May 20 - 23, (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. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Energy industry participants are primarily chief executive officers, chief financial officers, treasurers and investor relations executives of natural gas distribution, combination gas/electric, transmission, diversified and marketing/gathering companies. Financial community representatives include sell-side securities analysts, buy-side analysts and portfolio managers, fixed-income analysts, rating agency analysts and bankers. #AGA
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL, United States

  • AGA - Operations Section Fall Committee Meetings & Related Events

    Sep 18 - 21, (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. #DCA/AGA #AGA
    Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Alabama Natural Gas Association (ANGA)


American Public Gas Association (APGA)


  • APGA - Legislative Summit

    Jan 29 - Feb 1, (ET)
    Every year, APGA members travel to Washington, D.C. to meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. The 2023 APGA Legislative Summit will take place this January 29 – February 1 at the Phoenix Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with the Winter Board and Committee Meetings.  In addition to receiving updates on key natural gas issues, another critical component of this event is APGA members meeting with their congressional delegations to communicate their views on important legislative issues. Having congressional representatives hear directly from their constituents on key issues of interest to public natural gas systems has greatly helped APGA’s advocacy efforts. Many members of the APGA Public Gas Policy Council, elected and appointed officials from public natural gas communities, also attend and participate in meetings on the Hill.  #APGA
    Washington, DC, United States

  • APGA - Winter Board & Committee Meetings

    Jan 29 - Feb 1, (ET)
    The APGA Board and Committee Meetings is a quarterly event, and the Winter 2023 event will take place January 29 – February 1 at the Park Phoenix Hotel in Washington, D.C. 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. Attendees will get to hear and participate in: APGA Board of Directors meeting Various committee meetings Monday & Tuesday Receive updates on key natural gas issues and meet with your federal congressional representatives to help APGA's advocacy efforts Legislative Summit reception #APGA
    Washington, DC, United States

  • APGA - Gas Supply Conference

    Apr 25 - 26, (ET)
    Make plans to attend the 2023 APGA Gas Supply Conference April 23-25 in Huntsville, AL.  The Gas Supply Conference will inform attendees about natural gas supply while addressing current market changes and challenges.  The agenda for the Gas Supply Conference is now live. Here are some great reasons to attend this one-of-a-kind event for the publicly- and community-owned natural gas industry: Comprehensive Supply Overview . The APGA Gas Supply Conference gives attendees a comprehensive view on the current market trends and future outlook of natural gas supply.  Hot Topics.  Do not miss timely sessions from industry experts and discussions with your utility peers on topics such as renewable natural gas, risk mitigation plans, and the state of natural gas prepays. New Supply Opportunities.  Learn about the opportunities for Responsibly Sourced Gas (RSG) now and in the future. #APGA
    Huntsville, AL, United States

  • APGA - Spring Board & Committee Meetings

    Apr 25 - 26, (ET)
    Make plans to attend the 2023 APGA Spring Board & Committee Meetings April 23-25 in Huntsville, AL. 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.   Make plans to attend the   2023 APGA Gas Supply Conference   which will take place online April 25-26. #APGA
    Huntsville, AL, United States

American School of Gas Measurement Technology (ASGMT)


  • ASGMT - American School of Gas Measurement Technology

    Sep 11 - 14, (CST)
    ASGMT has been providing Oil & Gas end-user personnel, manufacturing employees and university students the opportunity to obtain technical training from over 115 lecture classes and 48 hands-on equipment training classes. Our training is designed to benefit both individuals beginning their Natural Gas or Liquid measurement career, as well as seasoned veterans of the industry.  In addition to the lecture and hands-on classes, ASGMT is proud to again offer the Gas Measurement Fundamentals (GMF) and our new Liquids Measurement Fundamentals (LMF).  This year a Virtual opportunity to participate in the GMF and LMF will be offered in addition to the on-site event. Over the 3-day period, you will have the opportunity to network and interact with over 175 Oil & Gas Exhibitors. These Exhibitors can provide valuable knowledge on the latest equipment and technology our industry has to offer.    #ASGMT
    Houston, TX, United States

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CGA (Canadian Gas Association)


  • CGA - Energy Nexus & Annual Technical Conference

    Apr 17 - 20, (MT)
    CGA will host its first-ever joint Energy Nexus & Annual Technical Conference in Calgary, April 17–20, 2023. The two flagship events are being brought together in 2023 to offer a one-stop event for the entire industry. Join colleagues in a forum on the growing role of gaseous energy — natural gas, hydrogen, and RNG — in Canada, where we will challenge traditional ways of thinking on global energy and LNG markets, innovation, affordability, resiliency, changing customer expectations, net zero, and more. The week will consist of industry-leading plenary and roundtable discussions, and concurrent sessions. The event will include measurement and regulation training opportunities along with technical presentations typical of the long-standing Gas Measurement and Regulation School. Staying true to the Energy Nexus and ATC events, we will explore topics from both policy and technical perspectives. #CGA(CanadianGasAssociation)
    Calgary, AB, Canada

  • CGA - LNG2023

    Jul 10 - 13, (PT)
    The 20th International Conference & Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG2023), presented by the International Gas Union (IGU), GTI and the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR), is coming to Vancouver, BC, Canada between the dates of 10-13 July 2023. LNG2023 is hosted by the Canadian Gas Association (CGA). The largest global LNG industry conference and exhibition will provide a unique platform for the global LNG industry and key stakeholders to discuss, debate and showcase the latest industry developments and opportunities. Canada has a strong and committed natural gas industry and there are vast opportunities for Canada, and Canadian LNG, to play an important role in supporting energy needs around the world. Vancouver is a vibrant cosmopolitan city surrounded by incredible nature and is an easily accessible destination with direct flights from many corners of the world. It will be set at the award-winning Vancouver Convention Centre directly on the city’s harbour, within walking distance of numerous hotels, restaurants, and local attractions. The conference program will present the industry’s leading issues, and the exhibition will host the ultimate industry marketplace. #CGA(CanadianGasAssociation)
    Vancouver, BC, Canada

CGA (Common Ground Alliance)


  • CGA - Conference & Expo

    Apr 17 - 21, (ET)
    One event, under one roof produced by the one and only national association dedicated to protecting the underground assets and those who work and live near them. The Common Ground Alliance is pleased to be back in Orlando, Florida April 17-21, 2023, for the CGA Conference & Expo. Network with the industry’s decision makers. Approximately 90% of attendees are owner, c-level, executives, or managers Gain knowledge your business needs to excel Learn from damage prevention’s elite leaders Be the first to preview the latest technologies Close business on the more than 50,000 square foot indoor exhibit hall Become engaged in the committees shaping the future of excavation safety Meet and engage with your industry stakeholder director Be part of the national damage prevention movement and join CGA on the Road to Zero Damages #CGA(CommonGroundAlliance)
    Orlando, FL, United States

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Distribution Contractors Association (DCA)


  • DCA - Annual Convention

    Feb 20 - 25, (ET)
    #DCA
    Miami, FL, United States

  • DCA/AGA - Utility Contractor Workshop

    Mar 27 - 29, (ET)
    The DCA and AGA partner to produce a workshop aimed at increasing communication and cooperation between gas distribution utilities and the contractors who work for them. The 2022 event attracted some 145 attendees representing gas utilities, contractors, manufacturers, labor unions, industry experts, and federal government officials. #DCA/AGA #DCA #AGA
    Chicago, IL, United States

  • DCA - Safety Congress

    Apr 17 - 19, (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
    New Orleans, LA, United States

  • DCA - Mid Year Meeting

    Jul 24 - 27, (ET)
    The Mid Year Meeting has grown over the years from a summer board meeting to a family networking event with business session speakers, committee meetings, a board meeting, and a leadership council meeting, as well as the DCA Town Hall. Each year many activities are planned with DCA member families in mind. #DCA
    Stowe, VT, United States

  • DCA - Fall Meeting

    Oct 12 - 14, (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
    Seattle, WA, United States

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FEPA (Florida Energy Pipeline Association)


  • FEPA - Annual Meeting & Work Session

    Jan 30 - Feb 3, (ET)
    Call for Ideas - Due: Friday, September 16, 2022 The FEPA Annual Meeting Committee welcomes your programming ideas for the upcoming Annual Meeting and Work Session taking place January 30 to February 3, 2023 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Recommendations on topics and/or speakers are encouraged to ensure we deliver a thoughtful and engaging experience for all attendees. #FEPA(FloridaEnergyPipelineAssociation)
    Orlando, FL, United States

  • FEPA - Summer Symposium

    Jul 11 - 14, (ET)
    #FEPA(FloridaEnergyPipelineAssociation)
    Duck Key, FL, United States

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Gas Certification Institute (GCI)


  • GCI Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Dec 5 - 8, (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 & EFM Best Practices

    Feb 14 - 17, (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

    Feb 14 - 24, (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. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement

    Mar 14 - 16, (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 - Fundamentals of Crude Measurement

    Apr 11 - 13, (ET)
    #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Apr 18 - 21, (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

  • GCI - Back-Office Gas Measurement Fundamentals

    May 23 - 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
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Jun 6 - 9, (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 6 - 16, (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. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement

    Jun 20 - 22, (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 - Fundamentals of Crude Measurement

    Jul 11 - 13, (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 - Back-Office Gas Measurement Fundamentals

    Jul 17 - 21, (CST)
    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 - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Jul 25 - 28, (CST)
    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

  • GCI - SCADA Fundamentals Certification

    Aug 8 - 11, (CST)
    *Now available online. 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. Students will gain a unique insight into successful alarm systems by examining the newly developed industry best practices leading to effective improvement planning in the SCADA/PCN environment. Students will also analyze security threats, including basic and highly advanced techniques used by attackers. This advanced level of knowledge is a key component in a complete security architecture plan, and these techniques are a distinguished skill set that only a small percentage of IT, and even security, professional actually carry. 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

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Aug 15 - 18, (CST)
    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 - Advanced Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement

    Aug 22 - 24, (CST)
    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

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Oct 10 - 13, (CST)
    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

    Oct 10 - 13, (CST)
    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. #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Back-Office Gas Measurement Fundamentals

    Oct 24 - 28, (CST)
    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
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Fundamentals of Crude Measurement

    Nov 7 - 9, (CST)
    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. LEARNING OUTCOMES Understand production allocation Define tank construction and gauging LACT Physical properties, including gravity and water determinations and H2S hazards and safety Proving Asset balancing How to maintain an auditable process #GCI
    Houston, TX, United States

  • GCI - Fundamentals of Liquid Measurement

    Nov 14 - 16, (CST)
    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

    Dec 12 - 14, (CST)
    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

  • GCI - Gas Measurement Fundamentals & EFM Best Practices

    Dec 12 - 15, (CST)
    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

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Kentucky Gas Association (KGA)


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LDC Gas Forums


  • LDC - Annual LDC Gas Forums - Southeast

    Apr 12 - 14, (ET)
    What:   The 22nd Annual Southeast Forum is the premier event where 500+ of the Natural Gas Industry’s leaders gather in  Savannah  for 3 days of networking, insights, & deal making. Who:   See who attended in  2021 ; the current attendee list is coming soon! 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 2022 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.       #LDCGasForums
    Savannah, GA, United States

  • LDC - Annual LDC Gas Forums - Northeast

    Jun 12 - 14, (ET)
    What:   The 27th Annual Northeast Forum is the premier event where 500+ of the Natural Gas Industry’s leaders gather in  Boston  for 3 days of networking, insights, & deal making. Who:   See who attended in  2 021 ; the current attendee list is coming soon! 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 2022 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
    Boston, MA, United States

  • LDC - Annual LDC Gas Forums - Mid-Continent

    Sep 11 - 13, (ET)
    What:   The 34th  Annual Mid-Continent Forum is the premier event where 350+ of the Natural Gas Industry’s leaders gather in  Chicago  for 3 days of networking, insights, & deal making. Who:   See 2022 Attendee List  here! 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 2022  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
    Chicago, IL, United States

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MEA Energy Association


  • MEA Field Leader Training

    Dec 6, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (CT)
    Give your line team leaders practical, hands-on experience in how to effectively lead their crews with this energy industry focused, two-day course that is perfect for foremen, crew leads, craft, and shift Supervisors. #MEA Register Now ​​​
    Springfield, MO, United States

  • MEA Measurement Excellence Training

    Feb 21, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (ET)
    Measurement Excellence Training provides a comprehensive overview of the principles of natural gas measurement. #MEA ​ Bloomington, MN ​
    Bloomington, MN, United States

  • MEA Leak Investigation Training

    Mar 6, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (ET)
    March 6-8, 2023 The training will cover all aspects of inside and outside leak emergencies and highlight industry-standard procedures and best practices. Case studies will be used to reinforce procedures as well as give the attendee an understanding of the need to follow company-specific operating practices. #MEA Chicago, IL  ​
    Chicago, IL, United States

  • MEA Gas Ops Roundtable

    Apr 4 - 6, (CT)
    ​ April 4-6, 2023  |  Madison, WI 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
    Madison, WI, United States

  • MEA - Environmental Leadership Learning Conference

    Apr 18 - 20, (CST)
    The MEA Environmental Leadership Learning Conference is designed by and for utility and consultant personnel. Topics such as decommissioning and remediation as well as a state regulatory roundtable are offerend through industry-expert presentations and peer-to-peer learning over the course of three days. #MEA
    Chicago, IL, United States

  • MEA Gas Operations Technical & Leadership Summit

    Aug 16 - 18, (CT)
    August 16-18, 2023 | Cincinnati, OH 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. #MEA ​
    Cincinnati, OH, United States

  • MEA Leak Investigation Training

    Oct 2 - 4, (ET)
    March 6-8, 2023 The training will cover all aspects of inside and outside leak emergencies and highlight industry-standard procedures and best practices. Case studies will be used to reinforce procedures as well as give the attendee an understanding of the need to follow company-specific operating practices. #MEA Chicago, IL  ​
    Chicago, IL, United States

  • MEA Measurement Excellence Training

    Oct 24 - 26, (ET)
    Measurement Excellence Training provides a comprehensive overview of the principles of natural gas measurement. #MEA ​ Bloomington, MN ​
    Bloomington, MN, United States

MEA Energy Association & Natural Gas Rodeo (MEA / NGR)


  • MEA/NGR - National Gas Rodeo

    Sep 14 - 16, (ET)
    The National Gas Rodeo is a program of  MEA Energy Association . It was started to promote the skills and team work 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. #MEA/NGR
    Springfield, MO, United States

Mississippi Natural Gas Association (MNGA)


Northeast Gas Association (NGA)


  • NGA - Contractor Workshop

    Apr 18, 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM (ET)
    NGA's Annual "Contractor Workshop" is a great opportunity for contractors and suppliers to meet with utility companies to discuss the regional business environment. The 2022 Contractor workshop was held on April 19, 2022 at the Saratoga Hilton in Sarasota Spring NY. The discussions and presentations were excellent and the attendance was strong - thanks to all the participants. #NGA
    Saratoga Springs, NY, United States

  • NGA - Spring Operations Conference

    Apr 19 - 20, (ET)
    Each year, NGA holds 2 or more operations-related conferences to address current issues, from workplace safety to new technology applications. The 2022 Spring Operations Conference was held on April 20 & 21 in Saratoga Springs, NY and drew approximately 200 attendees. Thanks to our speakers, exhibitors and attendees for making the event a success. #NGA
    Saratoga Springs, NY, United States

  • NGA - Gas Operations School & Exhibit

    Jun 6 - 9, (ET)
    Bringing together eager students, knowledgeable instructors and leading natural gas related companies. 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. STUDENTS:   build their knowledge and skills by selecting from multiple tracks and participating in a variety of events. EXHIBITORS:   showcase their products or services while helping students learn. INSTRUCTORS:   share their experience and best practice with students, helping to make our industry stronger. #NGA
    Smithfield, RI, United States

Ohio Gas Association


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Southern Gas Association


  • SGA - Technical Conference on Environmental Permitting & Construction

    Feb 7 - 10, (ET)
    Join industry peers, in person or virtually, at the 2023 Technical Conference to hear from operators and industry partners alike on an array of environmental topics ranging from sustainability to new technologies, to our changing regulatory and cultural environment. Featuring sessions covering Environmental Permitting and Construction, this conference offers insights for newcomers, industry veterans, and everyone in-between. Merging the perspectives of gas operators and associate industry partners, TCEPC presents an opportunity to learn from the best-in-class in the natural gas industry and grow your network with engaging networking events. #SGA
    Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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