ORLANDO, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Judging from the caliber of speakers set to participate in the FNGA’s 2013 Natural Gas Summit, held at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate, it’s evident the Florida Natural Gas Association, in partnership with Gunster Law Firm, was able to generate significant interest into natural gas’ accelerated growth in Florida’s energy equation.
Topping off the list of big names scheduled to present is the Honorable Adam Putnam, Commissioner of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Other prominent speakers on the agenda include:
- Wilton Simpson, Senator, Florida Senate, District 18
- Lake Ray, Representative, Florida House of Representatives, District 12
- Mike La Rosa, Representative, Florida House of Representatives, District 42
- Ronald A. Brisé, Chairman, Florida Public Service Commission
- Eduardo E. Balbis, Commissioner, Florida Public Service Commission
- Art Graham, Commissioner, Florida Public Service Commission
- Robert Powelson, Chairman, Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission
- Jeff Littlejohn, P.E., Deputy Secretary for Regulatory Programs, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
In addition to networking with regulators and various other industry leaders, attendees will have the chance to partake in various subjects relating to natural gas supply, transportation and use. Registration for the event remains open.
September 19-20, 2013
Florida Natural Gas Association’s 3rd Biennial Summit on Natural Gas
|Omni Orlando ChampionsGate|
|1500 Masters Blvd|
|ChampionsGate, FL 33896|
|Room Rates: $139|
Reservation Deadline: August 16, 2013
For more information or to register, visit http://www.floridagas.org/Portals/4/Cache/FNGA13-21_SummitBrochureEMAIL%20%282%29.pdf, email email@example.com or call 850.681.0496.
The Florida Natural Gas Association (FNGA) is a non-profit organization that promotes and encourages the growth of the natural gas industry in the state of Florida. It also seeks to protect the interests of the industry, its members and consumers. Members include distribution companies, transmission pipelines, natural gas supply marketers and affiliate members. With a membership of more than 100 companies, the FNGA represents every segment of the natural gas industry.