November 2018

Features

INGAA Board Affirms Commitment to Minimizing Methane Releases

Members of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) have long worked to minimize methane emissions. Recognizing the increased concern about climate change, INGAA’s Board of Directors on July 19 formally affirmed its commitment to minimize methane emissions from their interstate natural gas transmission and storage facilities through a series of voluntary pledges.  [Related story: Improving Methane Emissions from Natural Gas Transmission, Storage] Through these methane emissions commitments, INGAA’s members embrace the following core principles to 1) minimize emission from interstate natural gas pipelines and pneumatic controllers; 2) minimize emissions from natural gas sto

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