Vice President, Regulatory Affairs
David C. Weaver was named vice president, Regulatory Affairs for AGL Resources (NYSE: GAS) in September 2012. He is responsible for the company's activities beforeÂ the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and state public service commissions across the company's seven regulated gas utilities: Atlanta Gas Light, Nicor Gas, Virginia Natural Gas, Elizabethtown Gas, Florida City Gas, Chattanooga Gas, Elkton Gas, and Florida City Gas.
Weaver joined AGL Resources in 2008 as Director, Regulatory Affairs for Georgia and Florida. Prior to his current role, he was elected vice president, Regulatory and Government Affairs in November 2011 and previously served as managing director, Regulatory Affairs, Marketer Services and Planning. In his regulatory affairs role, Weave authored several successful regulatory programs including the Georgia SEED tariff, the Georgia STRIDE infrastructure enhancement and economic development program, and Atlanta Gas Light's Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station program. In 2010, Weaver led the successful prosecution of Atlanta Gas Light's Customer First rate case that resulted in a $26.7 million increase in the utility's annual revenues and that supported expanded customer service programs and the creation of additional employment in the company's call center and field operations in Georgia.
Prior to joining AGL Resources, Weaver directed government affairs and political services for two Fortune 500 companies. He served as vice president of Public and Government Affairs for Regions Financial Corporation, leading the company's federal and state government affairs operations throughout its 17-state geographic footprint and before Congress. He also served as senior counsel and director of State Government Affairs for El Paso Corporation and SONAT for 13 years, and was involved in the pipeline's support for the Georgia Natural Gas Deregulation Act in 1997. Weaver began his career as a staff attorney at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as part of the Electric Rates Advisory Staff, where he also interned while attending law school in the Natural Gas Production Act (NGPA) section.
Weaver attended the University of Alabama and the Cumberland School of Law, Samford University where he earned a juris doctorate degree.
Active in his community, Weaver enjoys coaching youth baseball.
Weaver is married to Connie, his wife of 30 years, and together they have one son, Christopher.
About Southern Company Gas
Southern Company Gas is a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlanta-based Southern Company (NYSE: SO), America’s premier energy company. Southern Company Gas serves approximately 4.5 million natural gas utility customers through its regulated distribution companies in seven states and more than 1 million retail customers through its companies that market natural gas and related home services. Other nonutility businesses include asset management for natural gas wholesale customers and ownership and operation of natural gas storage facilities. For more information, visit Southern Company Gas at southerncompanygas.com.