API official chosen to lead ANGA

Martin J. Durbin, currently executive vice-president at the American Petroleum Institute, will become president and chief executive of America’s Natural Gas Alliance effective May 1, ANGA announced.

As executive vice-president, Durbin has been responsible for integrating API’s government affairs, communications, policy, and legal initiatives.

He previously was vice-president of federal relations at the American Chemistry Council, and a legislative assistant for Democrats in both the US Senate and House, where he covered environment and energy-related issues.

Durbin will succeed Regina Hopper, who resigned in February.

Contact Nick Snow at nicks@pennwell.com.

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