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APGA events Mark Your Calendars 2015 APGA Annual Conference July 26-29, 2015 Omni Interlocken Hotel, Broomfield, Colo. APGA's biggest event of the year serves as an opportunity for members from all across the country to unite, network and learn about industry developments and best practices. This year's conference offers an excellent program tailored to the unique needs of public natural gas utilities. APGA also encourages you to take part in the Board of Directors and annual meetings held in conjunction with the conference. By actively engaging in these meetings, you can help direct the future of APGA initiatives and the association as a whole. This year's APGA Annual Conference will be held in Broomfield, Colo., at the beautiful Omni Interlocken Hotel. Note: The Omni Interlocken Hotel is sold out July 26-29. Alternative lodging is available at the following nearby hotels: * TownePlace Suites Boulder Broomfield: (303) 466-2200 * Renaissance Boulder Flatiron Hotel: (303) 464-8400 To register and learn more about this event, please visit Gas Equipment and Application Conference (GEAC) September 13-15, 2015 Westin Buckhead, Atlanta, Ga. The GEAC is aimed at showcasing and discussing the innovative natural gas equipment and appliances on the marketplace. The goal is to inform gas utilities of these products as well as offer a unique opportunity to educate energy decisions makers-such as engineers, architects, builders, school district personnel, hospital operators, etc. The GEAC will also feature an exhibition hall with vendors who can share even more information on the emerging applications available for gas users. For more information on the GEAC, see page 27 of this issue of THE SOURCE. To register and learn more about this event, please visit Fall Gas Utility Management Conference and Board & Committee Meetings November 1-4, 2015 Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville, N.C. Join APGA for our fall Board & Committee meetings, where much of APGA's important work gets done. At the conclusion of the Board & Committee meetings, we are pleased to offer the 2015 APGA Gas Utility Management Conference (GUMC), which helps public natural gas system managers oversee the day-to-day operations of their system. The 2015 APGA GUMC provides gas system managers and management staff with information on a broad variety of issues that impact the daily operations of a public gas utility such as customer service, growing the customer base and throughput, natural gas vehicles, codes and standards, pipeline safety, and legislative and regulatory activities. To register and learn more about this event, please visit For additional information on APGA events, please contact Sheila Deringis at 202-464-2742 or 8 THE SOURCE | THE VOICE AND CHOICE OF PUBLIC GAS

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of THE SOURCE - Fall 2015

First Person
APGA Events
Q&A: Senator Gardner
APGA Responds to Efficiency Standards
Georgia Forms New State Association
Greenest CNG Station Opens in Tennessee
Factors that Fuel the Decision to Switch to CNG
Emerging CSST Products
Debut of the Gas Equipment & Appliance Conference
New Management Program for a Growing System
Shale and Natural Gas Lead U.S. Manufacturing Resurgence
Legislative Outlook
The Pipeline
Marketing Matters
Advertisers’ Index/
At Last

THE SOURCE - Fall 2015