2020 APGA Gas Supply and Marketing & Policy Conferences and Winter Board and Committee Meetings

January 26-29 | Houston, Texas

Join the American Public Gas Association in Houston, Texas, for two great conferences: the 2020 APGA Gas Supply Conference and the 2020 APGA Marketing and Policy Conference!

The 2019 Gas Supply Conference, Policy & Technology Conference, and MSTTC (Marketing & Sales Trends & Training Conference) attracted over 150 industry professionals to participate in 2 full days of presentations on gas supply, marketing, and policy. MSTTC has combined with APGA's Policy & Technology Conference to create the new Marketing & Policy Conference which gives attendees a comprehensive experience on how to best communicate the use of natural gas to customers and policymakers alike.

The Gas Supply Conference and the Marketing and Policy Conference will be preceded by committee and board meetings to be held January 26-28.

2 Great Conferences &
2 Full Days of Board and Committee Meetings

APGA Winter Board & Committee Meetings

January 26 – 28

APGA's Board of Directors and committees comprised of volunteer APGA members will meet to set APGA's goals and priorities.


APGA Gas Supply Conference

January 28 – 29

Natural gas utility gas supply professionals gather to hear full 2 days of presentations on current market changes and challenges.


APGA Marketing & Policy Conference

January 28 – 29

Natural gas utility policy analysts, customer service, and marketing professionals gather to hear full 2 days of presentations.


What to Expect

The 2020 APGA Gas Supply Conference and APGA Marketing & Policy Conference will run concurrently January 28-29 in Houston, Texas.

The APGA Gas Supply Conference will feature speakers and panels of experts on natural gas production. Attendees will get to hear and participate in:

  • Natural Gas  Interruptions & Solutions
  • Natural Gas Hedging
  • Renewable Natural Gas: Present & Future
View 2020 Gas Supply Conference Agenda

The 2020 APGA Marketing & Policy Conference will be two full days of speakers and panels of experts that will leave attendees with insight on how to communicate the benefits and increase 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.  Attendees will get 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)

View 2020 Marketing & Policy Conference Agenda

The preceding Winter Board & Committee Meetings are one of four quarterly events that APGA's Board of Directors, committees, subcommittees and task forces comprised of volunteer members gather to do much of the association's important work.

Gas Supply Conference
Marketing & Policy Conference

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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.