Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA)

Definition - What does Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) mean?

Interstate Natural Gas Association of America is an organization that states the legislative and regulatory positions of the pipeline industry. It is located in North America is comprised of 25 members. It operates extremely long pipelines that are spread in the region of 100,500 square miles. The two principal regulators of the company are Federal energy regulatory commission and the US Department of transportation. The regulators are responsible for economic regulation of pipelines and keeping a viable check on the industry efforts.

Petropedia explains Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA)

The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America was established in 1990 for the profit of the environment and the consumers. It facilitates the construction of natural gas pipeline system which is safe and reliable. As membership is open other countries the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America provides services and goods all over the world. The association already represents 120 members of natural gas companies. The key part of the organization is to ensure integrity and maintain safety of natural gas pipeline system. Moreover, it promotes the development of natural gas infrastructure.

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