AGA spokesperson Chris McGill


Mr. McGill

TOPIC-Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) is releasing its 2012 Winter Fuels Outlook and Mr. McGill will be available that morning to discuss how that will affect consumers and their winter home heating bills. He will also provide tips on how to lower bills and what actions America’s natural gas utilities are taking to help those struggling to pay their energy bills this winter.

Chris McGill is the Managing Director Policy Analysis at the American Gas Association (AGA), which represents 202 local energy companies that deliver natural gas throughout the United States. There are more than 70 million residential, commercial and industrial natural gas customers in the U.S., of which 92% – more than 65 million customers – receive their gas from AGA members. During his 21 years at the association, he has served as Manager Gas Supply, Director of Gas Supply and Statistics and Director of AGA’s Houston Office – in addition to his current position. McGill’s work is in the assessment of future supplies of natural gas, domestic production, underground storage, key pipeline transportation issues, winter heating season planning and other related topics. He is an active spokesperson on many natural gas supply topics, representing local gas utility perspectives to the industry, regulators, legislators and the public. He has authored numerous articles, energy analyses and issue briefs on these subjects, as well as having created and managed statistical time-series data focused on key industry benchmarks. In these especially challenging times, McGill had much to say during an interview with P&GJ.

Date Recorded: 10/2/2012

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