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Across the country, pipelines make it possible to safely deliver American consumers and businesses the affordable natural gas that makes our country a global energy leader.
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Public safety is the pipeline industry’s number one priority. The men and women working at the companies that build and operate North America’s interstate natural gas pipeline system have created the safest mode of energy transportation in the world today. Ensuring the integrity of the natural gas system is a key part of this commitment, and hydrostatic testing is one tool used by pipeline operators to do just that.
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INGAA Files Comments on Revised NPMS Proposal
INGAA Comments Filed on Revised NPMS Proposal
INGAA supports EPA’s decision to propose a voluntary methane emission reduction ...
INGAA supports voluntary measures to reduce methane emissions from Transmission and Storage compressor stations and pipeline operations. INGAA developed and has proposed Directed Inspection and Maintenance guidelines for EPA’s inclusion as a Best Management Practice under the Methane Challenge program.
INGAA and API file comments on EPA's Proposed Rule titled “Amendments to ...
INGAA and API have a strong interest in assuring that EPA’s Regional Consistency Regulations promote, and do not detract from, uniform application of nationally applicable policies and interpretations under the Clean Air Act.
INGAA sends letter to BIA opposing tribes’ ability to tax pipeline rights-of-way
INGAA sent a letter on September 25 to the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) regarding its outstanding rulemaking, Rights-of-Way on Indian Land.
INGAA supports The Fish and Wildlife Service's proposed changes to Endangered ...
INGAA submits comments in response to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Proposed Rule to clarify and enhance the procedures by which the Service evaluates petitions to list, reclassify, or delist a species from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife or List of Endangered and Threatened Plants.
INGAA suggests improvements to PHMSA proposed rule on OQ, cost recovery and ...
INGAA has summarized a series of actions that PHMSA could take to reduce the costs of PHMSA's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking entitled “Operator Qualification, Cost Recovery, Accident and Incident Notification, and Other Pipeline Safety Proposed Changes.
INGAA Foundation supports INGAA's suggested improvements to PHMSA proposed rule ...
The INGAA Foundation commented in conjunction with INGAA on PHMSA's proposed rule on Operator Qualifications, cost recovery and accident notification.
INGAA submits comments to FERC regarding business practices for interstate ...
INGAA supports the FERC’s proposal to amend its regulations to incorporate by reference Version 3.0 of the business practice standards adopted by the Wholesale Gas Quadrant (WGQ) of the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) applicable to natural gas pipelines, subject to modifications.
INGAA joins 259 associations in letter urging President Obama to maintain EPA’s ...
INGAA joined 259 associations and businesses in a letter urging President Obama to maintain Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s existing ozone (smog) protection standard at 75 parts per billion (ppb) rather than making the standard more stringent.
INGAA submits comments to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that interstate gas ...
INGAA submits comments to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that interstate natural gas pipeline projects pose minimal hazards to migratory birds.
Sheehan Construction’s Riess elected INGAA Foundation chairman
INGAA board elects Boardwalk senior VP Michael McMahon chairman
INGAA President Testifies Before Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation ...
INGAA launches America's Energy Link campaign
Gas transmission industry expresses concern with EPA's new methane proposal
PJM, Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines Work Together to Promote Reliable Energy ...
Gas transmission industry seeking ways to reduce methane emissions
INGAA Blog: Average methane emissions from gas transmission and storage sector ...
INGAA lauds panel passage of pipeline rights of way bill
INGAA president appreciates administration focus on energy infrastructure
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The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), the North American association representing interstate and interprovincial natural gas pipeline companies, speaks for the companies that own and operate those lines. This site includes information on INGAA activities as well as the natural gas pipeline industry.
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