May 2011, Vol. 238 No. 5


Pipeline safety authorization bill passes committee

On May 5, the Pipeline Transportation Safety Improvement Act exited a markup session in the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, making it ready for a vote from the full body. The bill in its recommended form can be seen at the Commerce committee‘s site. Don Santa, president and CEO of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, released a statement commending the committee. Santa said, “INGAA recognizes the importance of continuous improvement to pipeline safety regulations, standards and procedures. This legislation updates and improves pipeline safety policy in several areas, including integrity management and damage prevention. Com

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