AGA Policy Handbook

AGA Policy Handbook

American Gas Association
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The American Gas Association (AGA), founded in 1918, represents more than 200 local natural gas utilities that deliver natural gas to more than 177 million Americans nationwide. Each year AGA produces a policy handbook which addresses the state of the industry as it relates to infrastructure investments, safety, cleanliness and other topical issues. The book  is smaller in size so legislators can easily  keep it at hand and is tabbed to organize its content. Natural gas is an integral part of our everyday lives, providing one-fourth of the energy consumed in the United States. This book details the advantages and future of natural gas in the American landscape. The book contains a large number of graphics and charts for the book because the accompanying design and artwork tells just as much of the story as the text, often in a more memorable way.

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