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INGAA responds to EPA’s request for information for the Natural Gas Transmission and Storage NESHAP (40 CFR

In November 2011, INGAA commented on proposed amendments. In response to final Subpart HHH amendments published in August 2012, INGAA submitted a request for reconsideration in September 2012. INGAA understands that EPA… Read More

INGAA Comments on EPA Proposed Revisions to Test Methods

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), a trade association of the interstate… Read More

INGAA sends letter to House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee in support of pipeline safety reauthorization bill

Dear Chairman Shuster and Ranking Member DeFazio,   On behalf of the members of the Interstate… Read More

INGAA comments on EPA’s proposed revisions to the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule for Leak Detection Methodology

Summary of INGAA Comments 1. INGAA supports consistency between different regulatory programs in order to reduce redundancies and allow for consistent use of measurement techniques and reporting. 2. This Proposed Rule is premature since it incorporates provisions from… Read More

Gas Transmission NPRM: Request for Extension

INGAA, together with the American Gas Association, the… Read More

Don Santa Testifies Before the Subcommittee on Energy and Power Committee on Energy and Commerce

INGAA opposes a provision of Pipeline Safety reauthorization… Read More

Don Santa Testifies Before House T&I Committee Subcommittee on Railroads

INGAA urges Congress to pass a pipeline safety reauthorization bill this year. Industry continues to make significant… Read More

INGAA urges updates to EPA�s greenhouse gas inventory program

INGAA urged the Environmental Protection Agency to improve its GHG inventory by updating emissions factors and incorporating new data from a joint industry-environmental group-academia study. INGAA noted that data from the Colorado State University-led study, which addressed the issue of super-emitters – a few, large methane releases that account for… Read More

INGAA comments on EPA’s Cross-State Air Pollution Rule Update for the 2008 Ozone NAAQS

INGAA supports EPA proposal not to include non-EGUs among the sources subject to the updated CSAPR. In addition, INGAA urges the Agency to continue seeking information and input from stakeholders regarding the… Read More

INGAA comments on FERC’s Draft Guidance Manual for Enviromental Report Preparation

INGAA appreciates the Commission’s initiative to update its Guidance Manual for Environmental Report Preparation. Read More

Don Santa Testifies Before Senate Commerce

Don Santa, the President and CEO of INGAA, testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety and… Read More

INGAA’s Don Santa sends letter in support of SAFE PIPES Act (S. 2276)

Dear Chairman Thune and Chairman Fischer, On behalf of the Interstate Natural Gas Association… Read More

INGAA comments on EPA’s proposed rule on the Source Determination for Certain Emission Units in the Oil and Natural Gas Sector

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) appreciates the opportunity to comment on… Read More

INGAA expresses concerns with new methane proposal in comments filed to EPA

INGAA and its members have a long history of working with a variety of stakeholders on greenhouse… Read More

INGAA’s Don Santa sends letter in support of H.R. 8 North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act of 2015

Dear Speaker Ryan and Chairman Upton, With the “North American… Read More

INGAA Files Comments on Revised NPMS Proposal

Executive Summary   INGAA supports PHMSA’s desire to improve its National Pipeline Mapping… Read More

INGAA supports EPA�s decision to propose a voluntary methane emission reduction program

INGAA and its member companies have a long history of working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders on greenhouse… Read More

INGAA and API file comments on EPA’s Proposed Rule titled �Amendments to Regional Consistency Regulations”

 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed revisions to the existing Regional Consistency Regulations are inconsistent with the authority granted to EPA in the Clean Air Act  and are therefore unlawful and should… Read More

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.  BIA recently granted authorizations to the Pueblo of Sandia and Seminole Tribe of Florida to issue business surface leases without BIA approval. INGAA is concerned that these authorization… Read More