Filings, Letters and Testimonies

INGAA submits comments and filings to various regulatory, congressional and administrative entities.  You can search by year, agency, and title using the search engine below.  Also, the most recent submissions are highlighted on the home page and appear in chronological order below the search engine.

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  • 23KB, PDF
    03/18/2004
    FERC Commissioners
    The Honorable George W. Bush
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    INGAA endorses the nomination of FERC Commissioner Suedeen Kelly for a full term.
  • 27KB, PDF
    09/20/2005
    Protection of Homes, Small Businesses and Private Propety Act of 2005
    John Cornyn
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    The Honorable John Cornyn 517 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510
    Dear Senator Cornyn:
    I am writing on behalf of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) to share our members’ views on S. 1313, the "Protection of Homes, Small Businesses and Private Property ...
  • 26KB, XYZ
    10/13/2005
    DOE Coordination
    Mr. Secetary
    Mr. Secretary:
    Last Thursday, the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources heard from several witnesses about the significant damage to natural gas infrastructure in the Gulf of Mexico caused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  While damage assessments remain on-going, it is clear that there ...
  • 27KB, PDF
    12/21/2005
    Blanket Certificate Waiver 122011
    Joseph T. Kelliher
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    December 21, 2005
    Chairman Joseph T. Kelliher Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Washington, DC  20426
    Re: Docket No. EM06-5-000
    Dear Chairman Kelliher:
    On November 22, 2005, I wrote to express the appreciation of the members of the Interstate Natural Gas ...
  • 27KB, PDF
    12/21/2005
    Waivers of the Blanket Certificate Regulations Docket No. EM06-5-000
    Chairman Joseph T. Kelliher, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
    Donald F. Santa, INGAA
    INGAA respectfully requests that the Commission modify its waivers of the blanket certificate regulations so that the waivers cover qualifying projects completed and in service by February 28, 2007.
  • 25KB, PDF
    04/05/2006
    H.R. 4881
    Dennis Hastert
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    April 5, 2006
    The Honorable Dennis Hastert Speaker U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC  20515
    On behalf of the members of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), I am writing to share our comments on H.R. 4881, the “National Defense Critical Infrastructure ...
  • 290KB, PDF
    02/27/2007
    Climate Change Legislation
    Don Santa, Jr
    John Dingell and Rick Boucher
    The Honorable Donald F. Santa, Jr. President Interstate Natural Gas Asscociation of America 10 G Street NE. Suite 700 Washington, DC 20002
    Dear Mr. Santa:
    As you know, the Committee on Energy and Commerce will be examining the issue of climate change and writing legislation for consideration ...
  • 21KB, PDF
    05/02/2007
    Energy Efficiency Promotion Act
    The Honorable Jeff Bingaman, Chair, US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    Letter to Senator Bingaman expressing support for section 273(b) of S. 1115, the Energy Efficiency Promotion Act
  • 21KB, PDF
    05/02/2007
    Energy Efficiency Promotion Act
    Jeff Bingaman
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    The Honorable Jeff Bingaman Chairman Energy and Natural Resources Committee U.S. Senate Washington, DC  20510
    Dear Mr. Chairman:
    On behalf of the members of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), I am writing to express our support for section 273(b) of S. 1115, the ...
  • 41KB, PDF
    05/22/2007
    Opposition to HR 2337
    Nick J. Rahall
    IPAA, NGSA and INGAA
    May 22, 2007
    The Honorable Nick J. Rahall Chairman Committee on Natural Resources U.S. House of Representatives 1324 Longworth House Office Building Washington, DC 20515
     Dear Chairman Rahall:
    The Independent Petroleum Association of America, Interstate Natural Gas Association of ...
  • 107KB, PDF
    08/01/2007
    INGAA-IPAA-NGSA Letter Opposing House Energy Bill - August 2007
    The Honorable Nancy Pelosi, Speaker, U.S. House of Representative
    INGAA, IPAA, NGSA
    INGAA along with IPAA and NGSA, expressed their opposition to HR3221 and HR2776 in a letter written to Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the U.S. House of Representative.  These bills profess a focus on energy independence; yet, their impact on American natural gas production and infrastructure ...
  • 20KB, PDF
    08/28/2008
    INGAA opposition to H.R. 6720, the Natural Gas Strategy Act
    The Honorable Tim Bishop & The Honorable Elijah E. Cummings
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    INGAA opposition to H.R. 6720, the Natural Gas Strategy Act
  • 20KB, PDF
    02/23/2009
    INGAA Letter to Majority Leader regarding Natural Gas Transmission
    Senator Harry Reid, The Majority Leader of the Senate
    Donald F. Santa, Jr.
    INGAA sent a letter to Senator Harry Reid, the Majority Leader of the Senate, regarding energy infrastructure development and interstate natural gas pipelines. The letter was sent to coincide with the National Clean Energy Project: Building the New Economy forum that was held in Washington, February 23, 2009, and co-sponsored by Senator Reid and the Center for American Progress.

  • 23KB, PDF
    10/19/2009
    INGAA Letter to Senators Bennet & Murkowski
    Senators Bennet & Murkowski
    Donald F. Santa Jr., President, INGAA
    INGAA sent a letter on October 19, 2009, to Senators Bennet, Murkowski and others regarding suggestions for natural gas related provisions to be included in climate change legislation.
  • 20KB, PDF
    02/02/2010
    INGAA Advocates Bonus Depreciation in Jobs/Tax Legislation
    Chairmen Baucus and Rangel
    Donald F. Santa Jr., President, INGAA
    On February 2, 2010, INGAA sent a letter to Chairmen Baucus and Rangel advocating an extension of bonus depreciation for new pipelines authorized prior to July 1, 2011 and placed in service by December 31, 2013. This extension of the in-service date would recognize the value of constructing new pipeline infrastructure, while also acknowledging the lengthy approval process for such projects.
  • 28KB, PDF
    10/11/2011
    Oil and Natural Gas Sector: New Source Performance Standards and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants Review
    EPA Assitant Administrator for Air & Radiation Gina McCarthy
    Lisa S. Beal
    INGAA letter to Gina McCathy expressing opposition to the Oil and Natural Gas Sector: New Source Performance Standards and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants Reviews, 76 Fed. Reg. 52738 (Aug. 23, 2011)
  • 240KB, PDF
    12/09/2011
    Pipeline Safety Legislation
    The Hon. John Mica and The Hon. Fred Upton
    Donald F. Santa, President & CEO
    Dear Chairman Mica and Chairman Upton:

    I am writing on behalf of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) to express support for passage of H.R. 2845, the “Pipeline Safety, Regulatory Certainty, and Job Creation Act of 2011,” as amended. INGAA represents the ...
  • 107KB, PDF
    01/18/2013
    INGAA Comments on DOE LNG Export Study
    The Honorable Steven Chu, Secretary of Energy
    Interstate Natural Gas Association of America
    The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) voices their strong support for the findings of the recent study on liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports by NERA Consulting.
    The report succinctly outlined the benefits of overseas sales of LNG. As the report stated, “In all of the scenarios analyzed in this study, NERA found that the U.S. would experience net economic benefits from increased LNG exports.”