A.G.A. announces cutbacks

September 1996
Pipeline & Gas Journal;Sep96, Vol. 223 Issue 9, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the reorganization at the American Gas Association (AGA) that will result to a reduction of jobs and reapplication of employees for positions in the company. Deal between AGA and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America on annual dues for reduced membership services; Speculations on the staff reductions at the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.


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