Technical Bulletin 1 of 2013 – Unauthorised representation as a SAPGA official

It has come to our attention that there are supposedly persons unofficially posing as SAPGA representatives. This in itself creates   unnecessary confusion to users and could lead to improper practices, advice or deemed to gain additional work through misrepresentation.

All Stakeholders are hereby formally informed that to date no person has been officially appointed by our offices to represent SAPGA in whatever role, responsibility or advisory position. This type of malpractice will be deemed unethical behaviour and SAPGA cannot be held responsible for such deed or action by any unauthorised persons or companies.

Should SAPGA appoint a person or company to represent SAPGA on its behalf, this person or company will be officially and formally appointed and likewise be in possession of a valid appointment letter describing intended task to be fulfilled and duly signed by the Chairman of the Board.

Industry needs to take heed of this bulletin and duly report persons or companies supposedly ‘acting on behalf of and representing SAPGA’.

Please convey this message far and wide to all concerned within the natural gas industry.

Posted in Technical Bulletin.

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