Kentucky Oil & Gas Association
July BITS Newsletter
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Our New Address:
306 W. Main Street
Suite 404
Frankfort, KY 40601 
In This Issue
KOGA President Message
EPA Final NSPS Rule
KOGA Western KY Meeting
Annual Meeting Recap & Survey
Kentucky Arrow Darter
KOGA In the News
KOGA Insider
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Dear KOGA Membership,

We hope you will enjoy this July issue of KOGA's BITS Newsletter.  We have several great articles and important industry information included below.  If you would like to submit an article for consideration please send to Andrew or Astrud at their email address listed below.
KOGA New Board of Directors 
Doug Hyden,
KOGA President

It's been an honor and a great experience serving as KOGA's Board President for the past year. We've accomplished an incredible amount. We've implemented a new set of bylaws, hired a new Executive Director, passed a CNG incentive bill during the 2013 Kentucky General Assembly and had some of our best membership meetings in years at Jenny Wiley and Northern Kentucky.Read More...

EPA Releases Final NSPS Storage Vessel Rule  

The EPA released its final NSPS Storage Vessel Rule this week.  KOGA will continue to discuss this with our partners to determine how best to proceed.
Read Final Updates.....

Upcoming Events

KOGA Western KY Meeting 

Thursday September 12, 2013

The National Corvette Museum
Technical Session 4:30 P.M.
Dinner Meeting 6:00 P.M.


KOGA's Western KY Meeting will be held Thursday, September 12, 2013 at the National Corvette Museum located in Bowling Green, KY.  Registration is open and Speakers will be announced soon! 



013 Annual Meeting Survey
KOGA 77th Annual Meeting

By: Astrud Masterson, Color logo Associate Director 


KOGA's annual meeting is done for another year; Andrew now has one under his belt and I think we wore him out as he was probably the most popular person there! I believe that those who attended found the experience to be valuable on all levels whether it be educational, networking or visiting with our exhibitors.  Read More..... 
Let us know what you thought about the Annual Meeting, take this short survey:

Kentucky Arrow Darter: A Candidate for Listing and a Plan to Address It
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By: David Ledford,
The Appalachian Wildlife Foundation

The Appalachian Wildlife Foundation, a 501-c-3, wildlife conservation organization, is leading a collaborative effort with the Kentucky Coal Association, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR), and landowners to develop a Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances (CCAA) for the Kentucky Arrow Darter (KAD). Read More....

Ky. Voices: Gas boom generates unfair criticisms
(as published in the Herald Leader)

By: Andrew V. McNeill
Executive Director

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The biggest energy transformation in our lifetimes is the recent upswing in U.S. oil and gas development.
Production has surged in states like North Dakota, Texas and Pennsylvania, delivering new economic
opportunities, new jobs and decreased reliance on foreign sources of energy.
Read More....
KOGA Insider

KOGA's Mission is aligning and coalescing industry stakeholders to influence public policy and shape attitudes which materially impact Kentucky's Oil & Gas industry. It achieves its mission through legislative advocacy, business networking and strategic communications.
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