A new president for the International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) has been appointed.
Kathryn Clay is due to start on March 1. Clay has been vice president for policy at the American Gas Association since 2013. She has also been serving concurrently as the executive director of the American Gas Foundation, a position she has held since joining AGA in 2011.
Prior to joining AGA, she was vice president, research and technology policy, for the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. She was a member of the professional staff of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources from 2005 to 2008. She also served on the professional staff of the Energy Subcommittee of the House Committee on Science from 2003 to 2005.
John A. Roller, chairman of the ILTA’s board of directors, says: 'Kathryn’s deep understanding of energy policy issues, her extensive experience as an industry advocate, and her strong background in trade association management make her an excellent choice to lead the International Liquid Terminals Association. I am delighted that she will be joining our industry as ILTA’s new president.'
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