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Gas Distribution Integrity Management Program: History

History of DIMP  - The History of DIMP provides background on why, how and when the DIMP regulation was developed and promulgated. All documents referenced in the document are accessible below.

Documents Leading to DIMP Rule Development:

DIMP Federal Register Notices:

DIMP Laws:


Last updated: Friday, September 14, 2018