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British Gas Federation

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1938.

1934 Formed as a forum to provide a consensus on general matters of gas industry policy[1]

Together with the National Gas Council, was said to have a membership representing 90 percent of gas sales.

1937 A new industry headquarters was opened at Gas Industry House, Grosvenor Place, London; it housed the Institution of Gas Engineers, the British Commercial Gas Association, the National Gas Council, the Women's Gas Council, the British Gas Federation and other organisations[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Political Economy of Nationalisation in Britain, 1920-1950, By Robert Millward, John Singleton
  2. The Times, Feb 20, 1937