INGAA Foundation honors its past chairmen for its 25th anniversary

The INGAA Foundation honored its past chairmen at its 2014 Annual Meeting in Dana Point, California as it celebrated its 25th year anniversary.

As part of the festivities at a dinner reception on Friday November 7, the past chairmen were introduced to the crowd that included INGAA Foundation members and representatives from the press. INGAA Foundation Chairman Craig Meier honored each member individually, thanking them for their years of service to the natural gas transmission pipeline industry and the natural gas industry as a whole.
 
The ceremony was one of the most memorable highlights of the meeting and a wonderful way to celebrate the achievements of 25 years of the INGAA Foundation, its members, and its chairmen. The INGAA Foundation would like to once again thank the chairmen for their dedication to their craft and welcome their continued service. The INGAA Foundation continues to grow and advance the use of natural gas for the benefit of the environment and the consuming public, as well as promote safe, reliable construction and operation of the North American natural gas pipeline system.
 

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