April 2015, Vol. 242, No. 4

Features

Transmission Storage Sector Working to Reduce Emissions

Members of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) are taking concrete steps to reduce methane emissions from their systems and have made commitments to find ways to curb releases even further. To better understand the issue, several INGAA members participated in a joint industry-environmental group study, led by researchers at Colorado State University, to investigate the level of methane emissions from the transmission and storage sector that delivers natural gas across the nation for power generation, manufacturing, and to retail distributors that deliver it to homes and businesses. This study was sponsored by the Environmental Defense Fund, Dominion, Dow Chemical, Ena

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