January 2018, Vol. 245, No. 1


INGAA Leader Urges Industry to ‘Do a Better Job Telling Our Story’

Iroquois Pipeline Operating Co, President Jeff Bruner was recently elected as 2018 chairman of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA). During his 25-year career at Iroquois, he served as vice president, general counsel and secretary before being named president in 2013. Bruner is responsible for the 416-mile Iroquois interstate natural gas pipeline system that interconnects with TransCanada at the U.S.-Canada border at Waddington, NY and extends through New York state and western Connecticut. Bruner was previously with Transco. He is won the board of the Northeast Gas Association . INGAA’s board also elected Bill Yardley, an Enbridge vice president and president of the co

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