INGAA adopts new pipeline safety guiding principles
- INGAA Hosts Safety Culture Workshop In Houston. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Jun2014, Vol. 241 Issue 6, p6
The article presents information on the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America's (INGAA) Safety Culture Workshop, held on May 6, 2014, in Houston, Texas, which focused on issues related to industrial safety including supervisor devotion to worker safety, worker cooperation, and asset safety.
- INGAA Urges Hill To Set Markers For New Pipeline Safety Rules. WOODWORTH, CHAD // Energy Daily;9/13/2011, Issue 175, p3
The article reports that U.S. natural gas pipeline industry representatives have urged legislators to enact a pipeline safety reauthorization bill. It cites comment from Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) vice president Martin Edwards who highlighted the role of policymakers...
- Safety Remains Paramount To INGAA Foundation. Share, Jeff // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Apr2013, Vol. 240 Issue 4, p30
An interview with Joseph E. Ramsey of Spectra Energy Transmission is presented. When asked about his top priorities as Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) chairman, he says that he will continue working toward zero safety events. He mentions the significance of their...
- Revised Pipeline Safety Act allows voluntary standards. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Jul95, Vol. 222 Issue 7, p8
Reports that the US Congress is revising the Pipeline Safety Act to allow individual pipeline companies to devise their own risk management programs. Plan in lieu of minimum safety standards the Department of Transportation has for all pipelines; Congress' act to encourage Interstate Natural...
- INGAA reduces staff in cost-cutting effort. // Pipeline & Utilities Construction;Mar95, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p8
Reports on the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America's layoff of around 20 percent of its employees in an effort to cut costs. Affected departments; Decline in revenue due to consolidations and mergers within the pipeline industry.
- Studies cite future national gas demand. // Underground Construction;Apr2002, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the studies released by the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America that examined future natural gas demand in the United States. Study entitled 'Pipeline and Storage Infrastructure for a 30 Tcf Market: An Updated Assessment; Study entitled 'Review of Gas-Based Emission Control...
- Firm transportation deals now account for most gas pipeline movements. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Sep93, Vol. 220 Issue 9, p1
Reveals that firm transportation made up 45 percent of the natural gas delivered to market by interstate pipelines in 1992. Report of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America; Percentage of pipeline sales; Definition of contract carriage; Apparent reliance of pipeline customers on firm...
- INGAA testimony supports electric utility restructuring. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;May96, Vol. 223 Issue 5, p8
Reports on the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America's (INGAA) support for the restructuring of the American electric power industry. INGAA's lobbying for a legislation to provide a framework for open competition in the electric utility industry.
- A.G.A. announces cutbacks. // Pipeline & Gas Journal;Sep96, Vol. 223 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the reorganization at the American Gas Association (AGA) that will result to a reduction of jobs and reapplication of employees for positions in the company. Deal between AGA and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America on annual dues for reduced membership services;...