Safety is at the very core of the work we do as an industry and natural gas utilities work tirelessly to help ensure the safety of their customers, communities and employees.
Safety is at the very core of the work we do as an industry and natural gas utilities work tirelessly to help ensure the safety of their customers, communities and employees. AGA’s continued enhancement of pipeline safety highlight the commitments from our membership to work collaboratively and ensuring that pipeline safety remains a leading priority for operators in the natural gas industry. This collaboration requires the support of regulators and policy makers at the federal, state and local levels. Customers also play an important role in pipeline safety with the responsibility to call 811 before digging, and 911 if they smell natural gas.
AGA is proud of the role it plays in working with other stakeholders so that pipeline safety regulations reflect a reasonable, practicable, and cost-effective approach in enhancing safety. Additional details about pipeline safety and the safety of natural gas can be found here.
- AGA Submits Comments on PHMSA’s Proposed Rulemaking for the Installation of Automatic Shut-off and Remote Controlled Valves (ASV/RCVS)
Responses to Regulatory Filings
- PHMSA Responds to AGA’s LNG Petitions
- PHMSA Responds to AGA’s Petition on the Plastic Pipe Regulation
Other Regulatory Filings
- AGA Submits Comments on Massachusetts Straw Proposal
- AGA Submits Response to PHMSA’s Proposed Revisions to the NPMS
- AGA Submits Comments to PHMSA’s Notice of Review Guidance
- AGA Submits Comments on the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) ANPRM and NPRM
- AGA Submits Comments on PHMSA’s Proposed Farm Tap FAQs
- AGA Submits Comments to PHMSA’s Voluntary Adoption of API RP 1173 For Gas Distribution Systems
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