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Supplemental Gas
2009 Spring Committee Meeting Minutes
2008 Supplemental Gas Committee Projects
AGA Comments - Natural Gas Quality & Interchangeability
AGA Bulletin #36 and Weaver Interchangeability Methods
2011 Fall Committee meeting presentations
AGA Comments - OMB - Information Collection
Ability of the United States to Compete in the Global LNG Marketplace
LNG Information & Resources
LNG Facility Integrity Guide & Updating the AGA Preventative Maintenance Guide
LNG Pool Fire Modeling White Paper
LNG Safety Valve Inspection and Testing Frequency Study
LPG & Propane-Air Information & Resources
National Fire Protection Association Standards Info
NFPA 59A Report on Comments & Report on Proposals
Report on Proposals for NFPA 59A 2011 Edition
Report to SGC – NFPA 59A Technical Committee Meeting, February 2-3, 2010, Houston, Texas
Report to SGC – NFPA 59 Technical Committee Meeting, January 26-27, 2010
Scope
DHS Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards & Appendix A
U.S. LNG Facilities
2011 Fall Committee

 Scope 

  1. Represents the interests of supplemental gas supply operations which may include but not be limited to liquefied natural gas, LPG-Air, synthetic natural gas, landfill gas, methanol, biomass gas, coal gasification, hydrogen, unconventional gas, and their processing, conditioning, storage, transportation, regasification, and utilization.
  2. Shares techniques, developments, and practices in supplemental gas supply operations.
  3. Shares planning, design, safe practices, emergency procedures, operations, maintenance, in supplemental gas supply facilities and other gas supply operations.
  4. Monitors, recommends, and reports industry relative codes and standards activity including changes, proposals, etc.
  5. Identifies research priorities to enhance the safe, reliable and cost–effective delivery of natural gas.
  6. Sponsors programs and papers in a cooperative effort in related technical symposia, sponsors the publication of committee reports and papers, and the development of articles for publications.
  7. Develops and publishes committee reports and technical papers and provides liaison with and encourages liaison from appropriate national and international industry groups, professional associations and other committees for the exchange of information and technical assistance relative to areas of interest.
  8. Collects, develops, and disseminates technical data and information with specific reference to the committee’s scope of interest.
  9. Monitors and reviews Federal legislation, codes, and associated rulemaking activities which affect the industry and are within the committee's scope of activities, and advises the Managing Committee of items of concern.
 
 

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