The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG) and the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) have announced their intent to merge.
“Bringing CLNG under the NGSA umbrella will increase the effectiveness of both associations,” said Dena E. Wiggins, President and CEO of NGSA. “CLNG will benefit from the leverage of natural gas suppliers as well as LNG producers, shippers, terminal operators and developers working together toward common LNG goals.
“To date, CLNG’s efforts have resulted in significant progress towards the realization of US LNG exports. LNG exports represent an important future market for our members’ production, and one of NGSA’s strengths is supporting well-functioning markets.”
“CLNG would maintain its mission, brand and identity and have a stronger platform for the Center for Liquefied Natural Gas’s advocacy and education efforts on behalf of the LNG industry,” added CLNG Chairman Bruce E. Henderson. “NGSA’s promotion of the benefits of competitive markets and CLNG’s promotion of the important role of LNG in the US economy would be a good fit.”
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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