The ability of the gas system to meet seasonal and peak day demands and to reliably deliver natural gas, even during high-impact events, represents an important and valuable resource that must be considered when designing future energy systems and building pathways to a low-carbon future. “Enhancing and Maintaining Gas and Energy System Resiliency”, a study by the American Gas Foundation, provides guidance, including recommendations for regulations at the federal level and supportive policies in the state and local arenas that will help ensure that as more citizens rely on gas-powered electricity to meet their energy needs during peak demand periods and high-impact events, they have access to the energy they need when they need it most.
In This Issue
- PHMSA Public Meeting Addressing Multiple Pipeline Safety Topics
- PHMSA’s Response to AGA’s RIN 2 Petition
- Temporary Repair and Permanent Repair Frequently Asked Questions
- GAO Recommendations for Improving PHMSA’s Enforcement Transparency Website
- FERC LNG Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
- Did you know?
- The Enforcement Corner
- Save The Planet – Drink Jack Daniels!