NGSA backs tariffs for gas quality, interchangeability

04/04/2005
The Natural Gas Supply Association urged the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to adopt the use of pipeline tariffs as a way to address natural gas quality and interchangeability issues.NGSA and other industry stakeholders submitted two technical papers to FERC during a Mar. 2 commission meeting. FERC then opened a comment period on the papers, ending Apr. 1."There are enough solid technical findings in the two technical papers to put specifications in pipeline tariffs," said Jeffiner Deegan, NGSA's energy markets director. "The establishment of gas quality and interchangeability policies and the incorporation of specifications in pipeline tariffs will reduce business risks to c...
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