APGA Marketing & Policy Conference: Online in Late April


With much deliberation, APGA has decided to transition this year's conference to a virtual event to ensure the health and safety of our members and the communities they serve. We hope you will join us in late April for the 2021 Marketing & Policy Conference!

The APGA Marketing & Sales Trends & Training Conference (MSTTC) has combined with the Policy & Technology Conference to create the new APGA Marketing & Policy Conference. This event gives attendees insight on the benefits of the end-use of natural gas in their communities as well as presentations on the policy and politics affecting the natural gas end-use market. The APGA Marketing & Policy Conference is now an annual event focusing on how to communicate the benefits of natural gas to customers and policymakers alike.

This conference ran concurrently in April with the Gas Supply Conference, which focused on current market changes and challenges of natural gas supply.

Attendee Registration & Pricing


Registration for the 2021 APGA Marketing & Policy Conference will open in late 2020.

Agenda

The Marketing & Policy Conference featured speakers and panels of experts on topics such as branding and customer service and end-use technologies. Attendees got to hear and participate in:

  • Today's Social Media Strategy and Marketing Material Development
  • Deep Dive into Electrification and Balanced Energy Studies
  • Media Outreach and Messaging
  • Opportunities for Public Gas Utilities and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)

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Who Should Attend

Natural gas utility customer service, marketing, communications, and policy professionals who are looking for information about national accounts, marketing best practices, NGV/CNG updates, and findings from studies on natural gas products in the home. Natural gas utility professionals who need to keep-up-to date about the administration’s federal energy policy, natural gas’s role in the larger environmental debate, natural gas’s role in agricultural economy, the future of CHP and fuel cells, and code changes.

Questions?

If you have any questions on registering for the event, please contact us!

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