April 2013, Vol. 240 No. 4

Features

Safety Remains Paramount To INGAA Foundation

We live in an era when natural gas and pipelines are part of everyone’s vocabulary. Never have pipeline operators and the companies that service them had to work more closely to ensure that natural gas is delivered reliably and most important safely throughout our vast underground transportation network. With the natural gas industry witnessing unprecedented growth opportunities, so has the INGAA Foundation, which is comprised of service companies that work with and for the operators. That makes the job of Foundation chairman a critical position. This year the reins have been passed to Joseph E. Ramsey, group vice president of project execution for Spectra Energy Transmiss

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