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IMCI 2.0 INGAA Key Initiative: Transportation and Storage of Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)

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IMCI 2.0 Study To Evaluate the Regulatory Acceptance of Non-Traditional Pipe

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IMCI 2.0 2023 Framework for Geohazard Management

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IMCI 2.0 Managing Methane Emissions from Integrity and Maintenance Work

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Report: Additional Natural Gas Infrastructure is Needed to Meet Energy Demand and Help Alleviate Increasing Energy Prices 

The United States has sufficient natural gas supply to meet growing demand both at home and abroad without steep price increases, but only if we can build new infrastructure. A recent study conducted by the National Economic Research Associates (NERA) shows that increasing supply will reduce… Read More

Natural gas industry trades file comments highlighting concerns with PHMSA leak detection rule

Washington, DC, August 16, 2023 – AFPM, AGA, API, APGA, GPA Midstream, IPAA, and INGAA (the Associations) submitted comments on Wednesday, August 16, in response to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)’s proposed Pipeline Safety: Gas Pipeline Leak Detection and Repair rule. The Associations support the intent… Read More

CQ-G-2 Small Order Pipe Quality Guideline

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CS-H-6: Heat Injury and Illness Prevention Guideline

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INGAA calls on New England states to recognize continued need for natural gas following FERC forum

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States – Amy Andryszak, President & CEO of INGAA, issued the following statement after the FERC 2023 New England Winter Gas-Electric Forum:   INGAA appreciates FERC convening today’s New England Winter Gas-Electric Forum, and the Commission’s recognition of the pending energy reliability crisis facing the… Read More

INGAA Responds to Passage of Bipartisan Budget Agreement in U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States – Amy Andryszak, President & CEO of INGAA, issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Senate passing the Bipartisan Budget Agreement and specifically the permitting reform provisions included in the legislation: “INGAA applauds the Senate passage of the Fiscal Responsibility… Read More

Natural Gas Council applauds permitting provisions in Bipartisan Budget Agreement

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States – The Natural Gas Council (NGC) issued the following statement in response to the energy permitting provisions in the Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2023 announced by President Joe Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Saturday: “On behalf of the individuals who produce, transport,… Read More

INGAA Responds to Permitting Reforms in the Bipartisan Budget Agreement

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States – Amy Andryszak, President & CEO of INGAA, released the following statement in response to the permitting provisions included in the Bipartisan Budget Agreement announced by President Biden and Speaker McCarthy over the weekend:   “We applaud the bipartisan agreement on the debt limit… Read More

INGAA responds to Biden Administration Outline of Permitting Reform Priorities

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States – Amy Andryszak, President & CEO of INGAA, released the following statement in response to the Biden Administration’s release of its updated permitting reform priorities: “The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) appreciates the Biden Administration’s support for and prioritization of permitting reform… Read More

CSQ-G-1: Safety and Quality Guidelines Methodology

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INGAA Encouraged by Bipartisan Interest in Permitting Reform

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States – Amy Andryszak, President & CEO of INGAA, released the following statement about the permitting reform bills proposed in the Senate this week: “INGAA is encouraged by the bipartisan interest in permitting reform demonstrated this week by the introduction of three permitting reform bills… Read More

INGAA urges action on permitting reform citing Natural Gas Council letter

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States, May 2, 2023 – Amy Andryszak, President & CEO of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) issued the following statement about the Natural Gas Council’s letter to Senate leadership on permitting reform. “As a coalition of trades representing… Read More

Natural Gas Council letter to Senate leadership on permitting reform

May 1, 2023 The Honorable Joe Manchin ChairmanCommittee on Energy and Natural Resources304 Dirksen Senate Office BuildingWashington, C 20510 The Honorable John BarrassoRanking MemberCommittee on Energy and Natural Resources 304 Dirksen Senate Office BuildingWashington, DC 20510 The Honorable Tom Carper Chairman Committee on Environment and Public Works 410 Dirksen… Read More

Natural Gas: Part of Our Climate Solution

Climate change is among the most critical issues of our time, requiring unprecedented collaboration between stakeholders to develop and implement innovative, sustainable, and practical solutions to address the issue. As companies integral to America’s energy transmission, INGAA members are leading the natural gas industry in climate solutions through commitments to… Read More

INGAA Statement on House passage of H.R. 1- Lower Energy Costs Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States, March 30, 2023 – Amy Andryszak, INGAA President & CEO, issued the following statement on House passage of H.R. 1- Lower Energy Costs Act— “The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) appreciates that the U.S. House of Representatives prioritized energy and… Read More