APGA Publications

APGA has many publications for its members to be educated on the latest developments in federal policy, the city- and community-owned utility industry, and the energy industry. Below you can peruse APGA's quarterly magazine THE SOURCE, our monthly Public Gas News newsletter, our weekly e-newsletter, the weekly General Counsel Report, and our press releases.


THE SOURCE

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THE SOURCE is APGA's quarterly magazine that delivers timely information and analysis on energy issues and policies that will impact customers served by community-owned natural gas utilities.  From safety to the price end-users pay, from available natural gas supply to appliance efficiency, from climate change to the carbon footprint of communities served by natural gas utilities, our goal is to keep readers current on issues that impact community-owned natural gas systems and offer ideas to improve overall system operations. For questions on THE SOURCE, please contact the editor, Audrey Casey at acasey@apga.org

Offered in hardcopy and electronic versions to our subscribers, click here to subscribe and view past issues. APGA has partnered with award-winning Naylor, LLC to publish THE SOURCE. Please read the SOURCE's advertising media kit. If you are interested in advertising opportunities in THE SOURCE please contact Krys D’Antonio at (352) 333-3406 or via email at kdantoni@naylor.com.


PUBLIC GAS NEWS


APGA's monthly flagship publication is the only definitive source of news that specifically affects public natural gas systems.

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WEEKLY UPDATE 

APGA's Thursday weekly e-news roundup about APGA activities and that week's gas industry news items sent to employees of member systems. Are you an APGA member and would like to be added to the Weekly Update subscription list? Email Audrey Casey at acasey@apga.org.


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This week, the House of Representatives passed two bills of interest in the cybersecurity space. The first, the Energy Emergency Leadership Act (H.R. 3119), would elevate responsibility for cybersecurity emergency preparedness and response to the Assistant Secretary level at the Department of Energy (DOE). The purpose of the legislation is to assign responsibility for that mission area to a Senate-confirmed official, which signals that cybersecurity for the energy sector should be a priority for DOE. The second, the State and Local Cybersecurity Improvement Act (H.R. 3138), would create a Department of Homeland Security grant program to help state and local governments ...
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On July 21, APGA submitted comments to the Gas Electric Harmonization (GEH) Committee of the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB), stating that the current GEH framework is operating as intended, and any updates to current standards are not required. GEH standards were last updated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in 2015. APGA’s letter was in response to a request for comment issued by the GEH Committee late last month, which asked what, if any, changes should be made to GEH considering recent events, such as the severe winter weather experienced over Presidents’ Day Weekend this year, and grid modernization initiatives. Through its ...


GENERAL COUNSEL REPORT


The APGA General Counsel's report on industry news.


Press Releases & Statements


APGA's press releases highlighting APGA comments, letters, news and activities.