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Hardcopy Membership Directory
KGA is pleased to announce plans for a hardcopy printing of the 2017 – 2018 Membership Directory.
Please know that your membership must be current to be included as well as to receive a copy of this valuable resource tool.
Email high resolution color copy to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15th to avoid late insertion fee.
3rd Annual KGA Best Practice Forum
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Sharing our industry's best practices will help members improve their ability to deliver natural gas safely, reliably and in an environmentally responsible manner. KGA's Best Practice Forum will help you to identify innovative ideas that may help reduce your operating costs and improve your effectiveness in operations, maintenance, and customer service. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to network with industry leaders as we work together to deliver natural gas to our customers in a safe and reliable manner!
At KGA’s Third Annual Best Practice Forum, we will have industry experts who will discuss the following topics:
Building Relationships with Emergency Responders
In the gas industry, when an incident occurs, timely and appropriate response is critical. Industry leaders will explain what they do to build relationships with the emergency responders in their area. They will explain what they do to ensure that a unified approach is maintained in the handling of emergencies involving natural gas.
Preparing for Regulatory Inspections
You receive a call from the Public Service Commission that they will be coming to your location to perform an audit. Will you be ready? Join us as gas industry leaders and a member of the KPSC help us to prepare for an audit. You will learn about the protocols used during an audit and what you can do to make sure you are in compliance.
Gas 101 Training for Mayors and City Council
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The Kentucky Public Service Commission and the Kentucky Gas Association have partnered to develop Gas 101, a one-day training seminar for the Mayors, Council Members, and City Managers of the 55 Kentucky cities that operate a natural gas system.
Kentucky's municipal owned gas systems have common challenges, such as compliance mandates, aging infrastructure, and fiscal demands. Gas 101 will educate municipal officials on the financial, regulatory, and legal aspects imperative for operational success.
Speakers include officials from the Kentucky Public Service Commission and the Kentucky Gas Association, along with Kentucky business leaders. The Kentucky Public Service Commission strongly encourages city officials to attend. As CEO of your gas system it is imperative that you have the knowledge to provide for the safe, reliable, and efficient operation of your natural gas system.