The Louisiana Gas Association is a nonprofit organization incorporated in the State of Louisiana known as the LGA. It is comprised of investor and municipal-owned natural gas distribution companies, transmission companies, and master meter operators, along with associate members who produce or market natural gas and those who provide goods and services to the natural gas industry.
The LGA is composed of more than 125 gas distribution and transmission companies in Louisiana, including both municipal and investor-owned systems. Association members serve more than ninety-five percent of the gas customers in the State of Louisiana. In addition, there are over 80 associate member companies, more than 30 master meter operators and more than 125 individual members.
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Become a Member
The member and the board of directors of the LGA cordially invite you to join our organization. The natural gas industry in Louisiana should be a very strong force, but it takes numbers to be heard in the legislature. We, therefore, need you and every gas operator in Louisiana to join. There are many benefits, including:
- Education and training
- Public relations
- A voice in legislation affecting your industry
- Assistance with regulatory compliance
Gas Link News Alerts
[PHMSA-2016-0016] Pipeline Safety: Safety of Underground Natural Gas Storage Facilities
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) is announcing an additional opportunity for the public to comment on an interim final rule (IFR) titled: "Pipeline Safety: Underground Natural Gas Storage Facilities." PHMSA is reopening the comment period in response to a petition for reconsideration filed jointly by the American Gas Association, American Petroleum Association, and the American Public Gas Association. By reopening the comment period, PHMSA is providing all interested parties with the opportunity to comment on the IFR and the merits and claims of the petition. PHMSA will consider all public comments and address the petition for reconsideration in the final rule.Read More
[PHMSA-2017-0110] Pipeline Safety: Information Collection Activities, Revision to Gas Distribution Annual Report
PHMSA is preparing to request Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approval for the revision of the gas distribution annual report currently approved under OMB control number 2137-0629. PHMSA proposes revising Part A and certain parts of the instructions. In accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, PHMSA invites comments on the proposed revisions to the form and instructions.Read More
Emergency Stay of Enforcement for Operators Affected by Hurricane Irma
In light of Hurricane Irma, PHMSA recognizes that pipeline operators impacted by events may be faced with resource constraints while engaged in response and recovery efforts. Limited resources and the exigencies of the response and recovery effort may require service by pipeline personnel that may not fully meet federal operator qualification (OQ) and employment drug testing requirements.Read More