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  • Release Date01/01/1991
    Copyright1991
    Release DateJanuary 1, 1991
    This report provides information on the progress to date of negotiations with the EPA for cost effective and reasonable remediation of PCB contamination within the natural gas pipeline industry. (1991)
  • Release Date01/01/1991
    Copyright1991
    Release DateJanuary 1, 1991
    While the world oil market has adjusted to the Persian Gulf events and the U.S. is not in immediate danger of an oil shortage, it is incumbent upon the interstate natural gas pipeline industry to examine its ability to make up any energy shortfall which may result from future oil disruptions. (March 1991)
  • Release Date03/29/1991
    Copyright1991
    Release DateMarch 29, 1991
    The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) is a primary liaison organization representing the Natural Gas Industry and, as such is closely involved in support activities relating to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review/approval process. (May 1991)
  • Release Date05/01/1991
    Copyright1991
    Release DateMay 1, 1991
    Among the major sources of energy used in the United States, natural gas enjoys an outstanding image. Compared to oil, coal, and nuclear power, it is considered to be the safest to use and the best for the environment. (May 1991)
  • Release Date01/01/1992
    Copyright1992
    Release DateJanuary 1, 1992
    Faced with natural gas consumption that fell 27% between 1972 and 1986 and has only recently begun to recover, the natural gas industry must expand to new or under-utilized markets that can fuel future growth. (January 1992)
  • Release Date05/01/1992
    Copyright1992
    Release DateMay 1, 1992
    This report presents the results of a program of analysis and study performed during 1991 on Clean Air Act regulations which impact the natural gas transmission industry. This program is sponsored by the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America Foundation. The objectives of this work program are to enhance understanding and response of the gas transmission industry to air regulatory issues which affect the installation and operation of gas transmission pipeline facilities.
  • Release Date12/01/1992
    Copyright1992
    Release DateDecember 1, 1992
    State environmental externality requirements applicable to electric utilities are important to organizations in the gas industry because they will affect the market for gas for electric generation, the relative competitiveness of gas and electricity and, potentially, future state requirements applicable to gas utilities. (December 1992)
  • Release Date02/01/1993
    Copyright1993
    Release DateFebruary 1, 1993
    The analysis presented in this paper concludes that permitting pipelines to capitalize recoating costs would result in a more equitable distribution of such costs between future and current customers and would reduce the financial impact on pipelines. (February 1993)
  • Release Date08/01/1993
    Copyright1993
    Release DateAugust 1, 1993
    This report focuses on the major intrastate natural gas pipelines operating in Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas, the intrastate gas market. (August 1993)
  • Argonne National Laboratory
    Release Date02/01/1994
    Copyright1994
    Release DateFebruary 1, 1994
    Mitigating the environmental impacts on wetland ecosystems of oil and gas exploration, production, and transportation is a critical issue in the development of national oil and gas resources. (February 1994)
  • Release Date03/01/1994
    Copyright1994
    Release DateMarch 1, 1994
    For a wide variety of reasons, many industry analysts believe that the amount of natural gas used for electric generation by utilities, independent power producers (IPPs), and industrial and commercial cogenerators will increase dramatically in the United States over the next 10 to 15 years. (March 1994)