September 2011, Vol. 238 No. 9

Government

INGAA Prefers House Pipeline Safety Bill; EPA Air Emission Proposal Would Affect Pipeline Compressors

The House pipeline safety bill introduced in July is similar in many ways to the Senate bill which the Commerce Committee passed in May. But there are differences, with the House bill, called the Pipeline Infrastructure and Community Protection Act of 2011, being the preferred option in the view of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA). There has been no floor vote on either bill in either house. At hearings in a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee in July, Dan Martin, senior vice president of Pipeline Safety for the El Paso Pipeline Group, who was testifying for INGAA, singled out the sections in both bills on changes to the transmission integrity managem

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