Christina Nyquist What’s New in the Redesigned American Gas Magazine?

AGFeb13Coverenews What’s New in the Redesigned American Gas Magazine?When subscribers of American Gas magazine receive their February edition, they’ll notice a few changes.

In keeping with its tradition of innovation and industry expertise, the American Gas Association (AGA) has redesigned its monthly trade publication to bring readers even more of the best news and information on natural gas utilities and the role they are playing in America’s energy future.

New magazine content will explore the business of gas – how everything from commodity markets to regulations affects the bottom line. Coverage will also include updates about AGA’s advocacy efforts on behalf of its members, along with profiles of emerging voices within the natural gas industry.

America’s natural gas utilities touch almost every segment of their customers’ lives.  In turn they become a crucial part of the nation’s economic recovery, environmental health and national security. American Gas examines both the technical and regulatory systems and processes that ensure the continued safe and reliable delivery of natural gas, as well as the broader benefits the industry brings to society. Check out February’s edition for in-depth coverage of all of these issues and more.

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Christina Nyquist

About Christina Nyquist

Christina Nyquist is the Communications Specialist for the American Gas Association. Prior to joining AGA, Christina served as a Writer/Editor and Public Affairs Specialist at the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Christina holds a master’s degree from the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs.
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