December 17, 2021
Julia Jones has been named vice president of environment by the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America.
Julia’s experience in the midstream and upstream sectors makes her a great fit for this role and we are thrilled to welcome her to our team. Amy Andryszak is the president and CEO at INGAA and INGAA Foundation. Our members will benefit from her extensive legal background and previous experience in regulatory and environmental compliance for large energy companies. Julia is a great partner and I look forward to helping her navigate the development of new regulations and environmental rules that will impact our industry.
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Swift Operating Partners, Denver, Colorado was Jones’ chief legal officer and cofounder. Jones served as the senior counsel HSE Regional Lead at Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and Occidental Petroleum Corp. for eight years. She was responsible for regulatory compliance and environmental compliance for offshore upstream and midstream assets. She also provided subject matter expertise on federal laws and their corresponding implementation regulations.
Jones said that he was grateful for the chance to join INGAA as the Vice President of Environment. I look forward to working for the membership of the organization to ensure regulators and policymakers are aware of the significant work that our industry is doing to modernize the nation’s infrastructure to reduce emissions and provide reliable, affordable clean energy.
Jones was also a policy advisor at the U.S. Department of Interior and a trial attorney for U.S. Department of Justice. She also worked in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. She received her J.D. She received her J.D. Indiana University. Ms. Jones also holds an Earlham College bachelor’s degree. Denver Business Journal named her a Top Women in Energy Award winner in 2019.
INGAARepresents the U.S. natural gaz pipeline industry. INGAAs members provide clean, abundant, and affordable natural gas throughout North America. They also operate approximately 200,000 miles worth of pipelines that act as an indispensable link between natural gaz producers and consumers.
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