December 2020, Vol. 247, No. 12

Associations in the News

Associations in the News December 2020

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) announced that Christopher “C.J.” Osman has been appointed vice president of Government Affairs. He will lead the association’s government and political affairs efforts to advance INGAA’s key policy priorities.  He previously served as INGAA’s vice president of Operations, Safety and Integrity. Prior to joining INGAA in 2016, Osman managed engineering and construction of onshore natural gas production and processing facilities for a large integrated energy company.  

The board of directors of the International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) elected Bernt A. Netland to a one-year term as its chairman, effective through fall 2021. Netland is president and CEO of Intercontinental Terminals Company (ITC), a bulk liquid storage company for petrochemicals and petroleum products. Netland joined ITC in 2006 after 17 years with chemical tanker and storage company Odfjell ASA.  

Exenico President Rebecca Ranich was elected to serve as chair of the GTI Board of Directors, succeeding J. Bret Lane, who served as chair for two years. Ranich served as vice chair for the past nine years, in addition to chairing the investment committee.  Arthur C. Corbin, president and CEO of the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia was elected to succeed her as GTI’s vice chair.  Four other directors have been re-elected to serve three-year terms: Carlos A. Cabrera, David F. Smith, John W. Somerhalder II and Lori S. Traweek  



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