October 2015, Vol. 242, No. 10

Features

Government: INGAA Concerned About EPA Proposed Methane Controls

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) contends that the methane and volatile organic chemical (VOC) emission limits for transmission pipelines proposed by the EPA will in many instances be difficult to comply with. Don Santa, president and CEO of INGAA, said, “While we haven’t had a chance to review fully the 500-plus page proposal, INGAA is concerned that some aspects of the EPA’s methane proposal would be impossible to implement cost-effectively, and that the regulations, if implemented, could adversely affect the reliability of interstate natural gas pipelines.” The proposed rule issued in August would add requirements for detecting and repair

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