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  1. Bill is wrong way to speed gas pipeline approvals, House panel told

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    Mon, 1 Jun 2015

  2. Bill is wrong way to speed gas pipeline approvals, House panel told

    A bill that would give the US Department of the Interior authority to approve natural gas pipelines crossing National Parks Service land is unnecessary and unwanted, a US Bureau of Land Management official told a House Natural Resources subcommittee.

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    Wed, 27 May 2015

  3. Holdup predictions for wet-gas pipelines compared

    In several predictive methods commonly used for wet- gas pipeline holdup, the magnitude of errors varies greatly. Comparison of these methods and their errors, given in this article, indicate that correlation-based methods should not be used for holdup prediction. Mechanistic models, on the other ...

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    Mon, 19 May 1997

  4. Bigger permitting role urged for natural gas pipelines

    Natural gas pipeline developers need to take a bigger role in permitting and regulatory reviews if they are to build the systems needed to meet growing US demand, a report commissioned by the INGAA Foundation concluded.

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    Tue, 14 Jun 2005

  5. Bigger permitting role urged for natural gas pipelines

    Natural gas pipeline developers need to take a bigger role in permitting and regulatory reviews if they are to build the systems needed to meet growing US demand, a report commissioned by the INGAA Foundation concluded.

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    Mon, 20 Jun 2005

  6. Two views of Cantwell's gas pipeline reform proposal

    US Sen. Maria Cantwell's (D-Wash.) plan to amend the Natural Gas Act so interstate gas pipelines and electricity suppliers would be subject to the same refund procedures has drawn differing reactions.

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    Fri, 10 Apr 2009

  7. US House subcommittee examines gas pipeline permitting delays

    Reforms should be considered to ease delays that have developed for interstate natural gas pipeline projects requiring federal permits, two witnesses told a US House Energy and Commerce subcommittee.

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    Mon, 8 Jun 2015

  8. Broader economic pressures could hamper gas pipeline financing, INGAA president warns

    While US natural gas pipelines remain financially healthy, broader economic conditions could challenge their ability to raise money to expand and maintain their systems, the Interstate Natural Gas Association warned on Jan. 14.

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    Fri, 16 Jan 2009

  9. INGAA: Wider economic pressures could hamper gas pipeline financing

    While US natural gas pipelines remain financially strong, broader economic conditions could challenge their ability to raise money to expand and maintain their systems, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America warned on Jan. 14.

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    Mon, 19 Jan 2009

  10. INGAA: Wider economic pressures could hamper gas pipeline financing

    While US natural gas pipelines remain financially strong, broader economic conditions could challenge their ability to raise money to expand and maintain their systems, INGAA warned on Jan. 14.

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    Wed, 14 Jan 2009

  11. FERC considers revising gas pipeline reporting rules

    The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has proposed revisions to financial forms, statements, and reports it requires interstate natural gas pipelines to submit.

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    Mon, 24 Sep 2007

  12. FERC considers revising gas pipeline reporting rules

    The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has proposed revisions to financial forms, statements, and reports it requires interstate natural gas pipelines to submit.

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    Mon, 8 Oct 2007

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