|Interested in learning more about the energy industry, LNG safety or trade and regulatory organizations? You may find the links below helpful:
The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas
The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG) is a coalition of over 60 LNG producers, shippers, terminal operators and developers, energy trade associations and natural gas consumers. CLNG strives to be a clearinghouse of educational and technical information. It also seeks to facilitate rational issue discussion and the development of public policies that support LNG’s increasing contribution toward meeting the nation’s energy needs and supporting economic growth.
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is the voice of the upstream oil and natural gas industry in Canada. CAPP represents 150 member companies who explore for, develop and produce more than 95% of Canada's natural gas, crude oil, oil sands and elemental sulphur.
Canadian Gas Association
The Canadian Gas Association is the voice of Canada's
natural gas delivery industry. CGA members are gas distribution
companies, transmission companies, related equipment manufacturers,
and other service providers involved in the delivery of
natural gas in Canada and the United States.
Gas Processors Association
The Gas Processors Association seeks to provide added value to the global gas processing and gas liquids industry, from wellhead to market, by being a forum for expanding of technological knowledge, assimilating best practices; discussing, debating, and influencing legislative and regulatory issues; and enhancing market perspective and insight .
SIGTTO is a non-profit making company, formed to promote high operating standards and best practices in gas tankers and terminals throughout the world.
This site provides technical advice and support to its members and represents their collective interests in technical and operational matters.
Energy Sector of Natural Resources Canada, Natural Gas Division
The Natural Gas Division is within the Energy Sector of Natural Resources Canada. The Natural Gas Division provides expert technical, regulatory, policy and economic information and advice on natural gas issues to the Minister and the federal government to ensure the Canadian public interest, and to foster the further deregulation and integration of the North American natural gas market. We also provide information and analysis on the Canadian, American and Mexican natural gas industries to provincial governments, foreign governments, industry and the public to promote market access and market transparency. Finally, the Division advises the Minister on matters related to statutory obligations under the National Energy Board Act, the Transportation Safety Board Act and manages the Pipeline Arbitration Secretariat.
The American Gas Association, founded in 1918, represents 200
local energy utility companies that deliver natural gas
to more than 64 million homes, businesses and industries
throughout the United States. A total of 69 million
residential, commercial and industrial customers receive
natural gas in the US, and AGA's members' deliver 92
percent of all natural gas provided by the nation's natural
gas utilities. Natural gas meets almost one-fourth
of the United States' energy needs. For more information,
please visit www.aga.org.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (U.S.)
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regulates and oversees energy industries in the economic, environmental, and safety interests of the American public.
Center for Energy Economics, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin
The Center for Energy Economics educates stakeholders on energy economics and commercial frameworks using comparative research to facilitate energy development. They work to help prepare energy industry managers and their legal advisors, and government policy makers and regulators, for more competitive global energy markets. Their research focus is on frameworks for commercially viable energy projects and the business-government interface.