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Identification of Pipe with Low and Variable Mechanical Properties in High Strength, Low Alloy Steels
Evaluation and Mitigation of Expanded Pipes
The Effect of Pipe Expansion on Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coatings
Safety Culture Training Video
Lessons Learned Repository
Construction Safety Guidelines
Best Practices in Applying API 1104 Appendix A
Resolution of API 5L and 1104 NDE issues
Field Applied Coatings Best Practices
Overview of Quality Management Systems - Principles and Practices for Pipeline Construction
Training Guidance for Welding & Coating Construction Workers & Inspectors
Specification and Purchase of Segmentable Induction Bends and Elbows
Guidelines for Parallel Construction of Pipelines
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The INGAA Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1990 by the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) to advance the use of natural gas for the benefit of the environment and the consuming public. The Foundation works to facilitate the efficient construction and safe, reliable operation of the North American natural gas pipeline system, and promotes natural gas infrastructure development worldwide.
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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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Key Biscayne, Florida
2015 INGAA Foundation Annual Meeting
The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne
FERC 201 Workshop Series: Workshop #3 Construction Challenges
TransCanada’s Paul MacGregor elected INGAA Foundation chairman
The INGAA Foundation’s board of directors elected Paul MacGregor, vice president, supply chain, for Calgary-based TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) (NYSE:TRP), as its new chairman for a one-year term beginning November 8.
“Paul, with his extensive experience in pipeline operations and ...
INGAA Foundation, ICF jointly announce the release of data underpinning major ...
The INGAA Foundation Inc. and ICF International today said they are making available analytical data supporting the Foundation’s North American Midstream Infrastructure through 2035: Capitalizing on Our Energy Abundance report .
“This new service will provide value-added ...
Capitalizing on Energy Abundance: Reaping the Benefits Will Require a ...
Richard Hoffmann, the Executive Director of the INGAA Foundation, Inc., wrote an article that appeared in the IRWA's July/August edition of Right of Way Magazine: The Voice of the Right of Way Profession, which explained the need for energy infrastructure investment in order to capitalize on the energy abundance in the United States.
April is National Safe Digging Month. Celebrate by calling 811 before digging
An underground pipeline or utility line is damaged by a digging project once every three minutes in the United States. Take a moment during the month of April – National Safe Digging Month – to remember always to dial 811 when you plan a digging project – whether it is a large commercial or industrial project or simply installing a mailbox.
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