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Pipelines safely, responsibly and reliably deliver abundant natural gas to the American consumer and make the U.S. natural gas production boom possible. You will learn more about the regulatory process, the rights of landowners and the overall construction process on INGAA’s Construction microsite.
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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 comments on FERC's Cost Recovery Mechanisms for Modernization of Natural ...
Pursuant to the schedule established in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Proposed Policy Statement, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) submits its comments in reply to various comments submitted by various parties.
INGAA Comments on EPA Proposed Rule, Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule: 2015 ...
INGAA Comments Regarding the EPA Proposed Rule, “Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule: 2015 Revisions and Confidentiality Determinations for Petroleum and Natural gas Systems.”
INGAA comments on International Accounting Standards Board’s (IASB’s) September ...
INGAA welcomes the opportunity to comment in response to the International Accounting Standards Board’s (IASB’s) September 2014 Discussion Paper, Reporting the Financial Effects of Rate Regulation.
INGAA comments on FERC proposed policy statement on cost recovery mechanisms ...
INGAA comments on FERC proposed policy statement on cost recovery mechanisms for modernization of natural gas facilities
Natural Gas Council comments on RTO/ISO Data Request Submissions to FERC
The Natural Gas Council commented on the answers submitted in response to the December 12, 2014 data requests sent by FERC to each U.S. Regional Transmission Organization (“RTO”) and Independent System Operator (“ISO”). The Council members and other entities supporting these comments represent segments along the entire natural gas value chain from production, gathering, processing to transmission, distribution and end-use of natural gas.
INGAA comments on BLM's proposed rule with major Oil and Gas Industry ...
INGAA, The American Petroleum Institute (API), The Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL) and The Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) voice concern regarding BLM's proposed rule.
INGAA Files Comments to FERC on Gas Day, Scheduling
INGAA strongly supports the proposed modifications to the gas scheduling timeline developed by the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB), as set forth in the filing ...
INGAA comments on EPA's Clean Power Rule
INGAA submits these comments in response to the Carbon Pollution Emission Guidelines for Existing Stationary Sources: Electric Generating Units (Clean Power Plan) proposed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in June 2014.
INGAA comments on PHMSA's Request for Revision of a Previously Approved ...
INGAA comments on PHMSA's request for information to update its National Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS).
INGAA Comments on BIA's Proposed Rule on Rights-of-Way on Indian Land
INGAA appreciates BIA’s efforts to streamline the application, approval, renewal, and regulatory process for rights-of-way over Indian lands. As it currently exists, pipeline permitting is a protracted and decentralized process, and this is particularly true with respect to negotiating and re-negotiating rights-of-way over Indian lands. Even so, while the current structure lacks efficiency, INGAA finds BIA’s Proposed Regulations even more problematic than the existing process. In fact, where uncertainty currently exists, the Proposed Regulations only further muddy the waters.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Q&A: Trade association sees natural gas legislation ...
Gas transmission and storage sector working to reduce methane emissions
INGAA president lauds House approval of pipeline permitting bill
INGAA president Don Santa comments on State of the Union address
INGAA comments on Obama administration methane blueprint
INGAA president expresses support for H.R. 161 in letter to Congressman Pompeo
Permitting is top 2015 priority on Capitol Hill for interstate gas pipeline ...
INGAA looks forward to working with Honorable
INGAA president comments on new EPA reporting requirements
TransCanada’s Paul MacGregor elected INGAA Foundation chairman
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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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