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    06/19/2020
    Joint Association Comments on Draft Farm Tap FAQs
    PHMSA
    AGA, API, APGA, & INGAA
    Pipeline safety is the top priority of the Associations and our members. The Associations support PHMSA’s efforts to provide clarity regarding the pipeline safety requirements applicable to individual service lines directly connected to transmission pipelines, commonly referred to as “farm taps.” The Associations’ comments only address gas transmission and distribution pipeline considerations affected by the draft FAQs...
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    06/15/2020
    Joint Association Comments on PHMSA's “Pipeline Safety: Regulatory Reform for Hazardous Liquid Pipelines”
    PHMSA
    API, AOPL, AFPM, INGAA, AGA, APGA, GPA Midstream, & LNG Allies, The US LNG Association
    On April 16, 2020, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) published a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) in the Federal Register in the above captioned proceeding.1 In the NPRM, PHMSA proposed amendments to the Federal Pipeline Safety Regulations for the safety of hazardous liquid pipelines that would revise the requirements for...
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    04/06/2020
    Joint Association Comments on PHMSA’s Automated Valve Proposed Rulemaking
    PHMSA
    AGA, API, APGA, & INGAA
    The American Gas Association (AGA), American Petroleum Institute (API), American Public Gas Association (APGA), and Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) (jointly “the Associations”) submit these comments for consideration by the Pipeline and ...
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    10/31/2019
    Joint Association Petition for Reconsideration Regarding § 192.5(d) and § 192.624(a)(1) of the Gas Transmission Rule
    PHMSA
    AGA, API, APGA, & INGAA
    Introduction

    In accordance with 49 C.F.R. § 190.335(a), the American Gas Association (AGA), 1 American Petroleum Institute (API), 2 American Public Gas Association (APGA), 3 and Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) 4 (jointly “the Associations”) ...
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  • INGAA Appoints Amy Andryszak as New President and CEO
    Wed, September 09, 2020
    After an extensive search, the Chairman of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) announced today the appointment of Amy Andryszak as the association’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Effective September 21st, Ms. Andryszak will take over the position from current ...
  • INGAA Statement on NEPA Modernization
    Wed, July 15, 2020
    Alex Oehler, interim President and Chief Executive Officer of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, issued the following statement in response to the updated implementing regulations for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) announced today by the White House...
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  • added Monday, September 21, 2020 AT 10:44 AM

    added by Morgan WilliamsMorgan Williams

    By Stanley Chapman III, Chairman, Interstate Natural Gas Association of America

    After a spring and summer of troubling activity that could have far-reaching impacts on energy infrastructure, I think it’s critical that we at INGAA take a moment to address the importance of permitting predictability. This troubling activity I refer to included the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast pipeline, ...

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