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Climate Change

March was a busy month for the House… Read More

Pipeline Safety

Most of you will remember that last year’s Pipeline Safety Act reauthorization included a provision requiring PHMSA to report back to Congress within 60… Read More

Pipeline Safety Update

INGAA is continuing to negotiate with PHMSA on generic technical criteria for raising the maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) of new and recent vintage pipelines.  These criteria will use the presently available PHMSA waiver authority to grant special permits to individual… Read More

INGAA Files Relpy Comments in Standards of Conduct for Transmission Providers

On April 30 INGAA filed reply comments in Docket No. RM07-1,… Read More

Capacity Release � Coral and PG&E Comments

On April 11 INGAA filed comments in the PG&E and Coral Petitions regarding the… Read More


AGA, IPAA and NGSA have agreed with INGAA to share in the costs of the economic modeling of climate change proposals using the National… Read More

Chairman Kelliher Nomination

On May 10, the Senate… Read More

Anti-Coal Campaign

Several weeks ago a new advertising campaign emerged in a number of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and political journals such as The Hill and Roll Call, under the title “… Read More

INGAA Fly-In Meetings

Given the activity this spring and summer on… Read More

Climate Change and Energy Legislation

As reported previously, Congress has devoted much of the spring to hearings on climate change legislation.  One of the most active leaders in the debate, Rep. Rick Boucher (D-VA, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on… Read More

INGAA Files Comments To DOT Motor Carrier Hours of Service Rule

On March 10, INGAA filed comments to the Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act’s (FMCSA) notice of proposed rulemaking for drivers’ Hours of Service,… Read More