CLEAN AIR ACT AND PCB CLEANUP HOLD ATTENTION OF PROCESSORS, PIPELINES

03/05/1990
Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor U.S. gas processing and pipeline operating companies are watching the congressional course of the Clean Air Act (CAA) reauthorization bill to learn what environmental hurdles await them in the near future. At the same time, the biggest recent environmental story affecting natural-gas transmission companies-PCB contamination at compressor sites-continues into another chapter. LIKELY PASSAGE The expected reauthorization during the current congressional session of the Clean Air Act (OGJ, Jan. 29, p. 25) will bring some changes for gas processors and, to a somewhat lesser e...
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