The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) is pleased to announce that Rob Mosher has joined the organization as Vice President of Government Affairs.
“We are excited to bring Rob on board during such a pivotal time for our nation’s energy future,” Amy Andryszak, President and CEO of INGAA and the INGAA Foundation said. “Rob’s knowledge of the natural gas industry coupled with his policy experience will enhance our efforts to emphasize the essential role of natural gas and natural gas infrastructure in achieving our nation’s economic and environmental goals on Capitol Hill and beyond.”
Previously, Mr. Mosher was Director of Federal Government Relations for National Grid. While there, he led the company’s position as an innovative power sector leader on climate change and sustainability, electrified transportation, and investments in infrastructure. In his role, Mr. Mosher focused on building strategies to serve National Grid across the intersection of politics, sustainable business practices, and societal impact.
Mr. Mosher also held the position of Director of Government Relations for the Alliance to Save Energy where he led the organization’s policy agenda and collaborated regularly with the Department of Energy.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to join INGAA as Vice President of Government Affairs, and excited to work alongside this exceptional team,” Rob Mosher said. “I am keen to collaborate with INGAA members to advocate for legislative solutions which will allow our industry to continue to deliver natural gas safely and reliably to communities at home and to our allies abroad. The coming months and years will be a defining period for the natural gas industry, and I look forward to working with the INGAA membership and policymakers to ensure natural gas is part of the energy transition.”
Mr. Mosher holds a Master of Public Policy and Administration from Baylor University and is a graduate of Miami University.
INGAA represents the U.S. natural gas pipeline industry. INGAA’s members deliver clean, abundant, affordable natural gas throughout North America and operate approximately 200,000 miles of pipelines that serve as an indispensable link between natural as producers and consumers.