Natural Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Showcase Repository
INGAA and the INGAA Foundation hosted the Natural Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Showcase on Capitol Hill on September 28. At the event, members of both organizations showcased technologies related to different stages of the lifecycle of a natural gas pipeline, from the FERC certificate process, to physical design, routing, siting, clearing, grading, welding, specialized techniques, restoration, integrity management, and emissions monitoring and mitigation. The event included in-line inspection technologies and tools for examining and monitoring pipelines for corrosion, cracking, and dents.
To facilitate further information sharing, our organizations have created this Online Repository as a virtual home for information shared with event attendees, and more. This repository is divided into sections mirroring the different exhibits at the event. If you follow the links, you will find instructive videos, one-pagers, photographs, informational graphics, and more.
Please click through the links below to learn more about each phase of the lifecycle of an interstate natural gas pipeline. If you have questions on any of the information you view in the repository, please contact email@example.com.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE & NECESSITY
This section includes a graphic outlining the work leading up to and involved in a pipeline operator obtaining a Certificate of Public Convenience & Necessity from FERC.
This section highlights the different technologies and processes used throughout the process of planning, permitting routing, siting, and designing a natural gas pipeline.
This section includes information related to the different specialized technologies used throughout the construction process of an interstate natural gas pipeline.
OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE
This section highlights the on-going maintenance of a natural gas pipeline once in operation.
This section highlights the robust engagement with affected communities that starts at project inception and continues throughout the entire lifecycle of a natural gas pipeline.