AOGA Turns 40

Bradner, Mike
October 2006
Alaska Business Monthly;Oct2006, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p58
The article traces Alaska Oil and Gas Association's 40 years of service as a trade organization for the state's oil and gas companies. The organization has sponsored institutional advertising to educate the public about the petroleum industry. It served as a key source of information on government issues, such as new regulations and legislation, for companies that do not have large offices or their own government or public affairs staff in Alaska.


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