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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  • 1MB, PDF
    12/08/2017
    EPA
    INGAA
    The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), a trade association that represents members of the interstate natural gas pipeline industry, respectfully submits these comments in response to the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) request for input on ...
  • 1MB, PDF
    11/10/2017
    Department of Transportation
    AGA, API & INGAA
    The Associations (API, AGA, INGAA) and our members are deeply committed to continuing to improve natural gas pipeline safety and to working collaboratively with PHMSA and other stakeholders to develop regulations and initiatives that provide meaningful advancements in pipeline safety. In the ...
  • 517KB, PDF
    10/23/2017
    FERC
    INGAA
    Pursuant to the Notice issued on October 2, 2017, by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or the Commission) in response to the Department of Energy (DOE) direction on September 28, 2017, under Section 403 of the Department of Energy Organization Act (DOE Act) (42 U.S.C. § 7173) ...
  • 2MB, PDF
    10/23/2017
    FERC
    INGAA & 20 other trade associations
     

     Pursuant to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (“FERC” or “Commission”) October 2, 2017 Notice Inviting Comments,1 the following entities2 (collectively, “Joint Industry Commenters”) submit these comments in response to the ...
  • 941KB, PDF
    08/02/2017
    PHMSA
    AGA, API & INGAA
    On August 2, INGAA, AGA and API submitted comments to PHMSA (attached) as a follow-up to PHMSA’s June GPAC meeting. At this meeting, the GPAC discussed several topics from PHMSA’s “Safety of Gas Transmission and Gathering Pipelines” proposed rulemaking, including topics ...
  • 279KB, PDF
    07/31/2017
    Post-Technical Conference Comments of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America
    FERC
    INGAA
    Pursuant to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (“FERC” or “Commission”) “Notice of Technical Conference (“Notice”) and “Supplemental Notice of Technical Conference” (“Supplemental Notice”) on developments in ...
  • 378KB, PDF
    07/28/2017
    Office of the General Counsel, Department of Transportation
    INGAA
    INGAA on July 24 suggested new alternatives to the existing class-location change regulation in response to a request for information as the Department of Transportation reviews “existing regulations to identify unnecessary obstacles to transportation infrastructure projects.” INGAA, ...
  • 250KB, PDF
    05/16/2017
    Supplemental Comments of AGA, API, AOPL, GPA Midstream and INGAA on the Construction of Pipelines Using Domestic Steel & Iron
    Department of Commerce Office of Policy and Strategic Planning
    AGA, API, AOP, GPA Midstream Association, INGAA
    The American Gas Association (AGA), the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL), the American Petroleum Institute (API), the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) and GPA Midstream Association (GPA) jointly submit the attached ICF technical report, “Feasibility and Impacts of ...
  • 366KB, PDF
    05/15/2017
    INGAA’s Comments on EPA’s Evaluation of Existing Regulations (Air)
    EPA
    INGAA
    Over the years, INGAA has commented on many EPA rulemakings and provided technical data and other content to facilitate the development of better federal regulations and policies. In these comments, INGAA raises many of these same concerns to EPA’s attention in order to identify issues that ...
  • 168KB, PDF
    05/15/2017
    INGAA’s Comments on EPA’s Evaluation of Existing Regulations
    EPA
    INGAA
    To reduce the regulatory burdens on interstate pipeline and other infrastructure projects created by the uncertainties in the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 401 certification process, INGAA recommends that EPA amend its regulations implementing CWA Section 401 to ensure that states comply with the ...
  • 982KB, PDF
    04/11/2017
    Inquiry Regarding the Commission’s Policy for
    FERC
    INGAA
    The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) submits reply comments on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (Commission) Notice of Inquiry Regarding the Commission’s Policy for Recovery of Income Tax Costs (NOI), issued on December 15, 2016, pursuant to the ...
  • 984KB, PDF
    04/07/2017
    Department of Commerce Office of Policy and Strategic Planning
    AGA, API, AOP, GPA Midstream Association, INGAA
    The American Gas Association (AGA), the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL), the American Petroleum Institute (API), the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) and GPA Midstream Association (GPA) jointly submit these comments in response to the Department of Commerce ...
  • 430KB, PDF
    03/24/2017
    INGAA Comments on Cultural Resource Report Guidelines
    FERC
    INGAA
    Pursuant to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (“FERC” or “Commission”) January 25, 2017 Notice of Availability of the Revised Guidelines for Reporting on Cultural Resources Investigations for Pipeline Projects and Request for Comments (“the ...
  • 638KB, PDF
    03/09/2017
    Inquiry Regarding the Commission’s Policy for Recovery of Income Tax Costs
    FERC
    INGAA
       INGAA’s comments respond to the Commission’s NOI that was initiated as a result of the court’s holding in United Airlines, Inc. v. FERC that, “if FERC elects to impute partner taxes to the partnership pipeline entity, it must still ensure parity between ...