APGA

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AcronymDefinition
APGAAmerican Public Gardens Association (Wilmington, Delaware)
APGAAmerican Public Gas Association
APGAAll Progressives Grand Alliance (Nigeria)
APGAAssociation of Princeton Graduate Alumni (Princeton University)
APGAAmerican Personnel and Guidance Association
APGAAnaheim Personnel and Guidance Association (California)
APGAAdaptive Population size Genetic Algorithm
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In the proposed rule, FERC essentially supports Apache, the American Public Gas Association and a couple of others who argued for more transparent price reporting for intrastates and Hinshaws.
July 26-29, American Public Gas Association, Omni Interlocken Hotel, Broomfield, CO.
But the NGSA, this time manning the barricades with the Independent Petroleum Association of America, the American Public Gas Association and the Process Gas Consumers Group, wants FERC to require quite a bit of extra financial information.
The American Gas Association and American Public Gas Association have expressed reservations about some aspects of FERC's proposal.
At hearings of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on June 15, Earl Fischer, senior vice president, utility operations of Atmos Energy Corporation, said the American Gas Association and American Public Gas Association, for whom he was speaking, "are hopeful that either the regulatory or legislative R&D funding proposal will become a reality.
In issuing the order, the FERC declined to require pipelines to include the extra kind of detail on annual Form 2 that groups like the American Public Gas Association, Independent Petroleum Association of America, Natural Gas Supply Association, and Process Gas Consumers asked for.
The American Public Gas Association (APGA) is the national association for publicly owned natural gas distribution companies, representing over 700 of the about 1,000 public gas systems in 37 states.
The American Public Gas Association (APGA) also provided data for this report.
NGVAmerica joined with a group of NGV advocates--including the American Gas Association, the American Public Gas Association and the Gas Technology Institute--in requesting Congress provide $30 million next year for NGV research and development.
Since it was formed in 1961, the American Public Gas Association (AGPA) has played an instrumental role in the operations of more than 700 member companies in 36 states.
The American Public Gas Association (APGA) filed a brief with the U.S.
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