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192.197

Section §192.197: Control of the pressure of gas delivered from high-pressure distribution systems

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View section 192.197 on the ECFR website

Interpretation Responses

Ref ID Date Company Name Individual Name Response Document
PI-20-0001 Public Utilities Commission of Nevada Mr. Neil Pascual View
PI-20-0006 AC Engineering LLC Mr. Marc S. Young View
PI-10-0001 B. Knight Natural Gas Services Mr. Michael H. Kyle View
PI-71-062 American Insurance Association W. D. Malmstedt View
PI-74-0142 Tennessee Public Service Commission Mr. John Searcy View
PI-85-008 Simmons J. Barry & Associates Dan S. Ray View
PI-74-0133 Tennessee Public Service Commission Mr. John Searcy View
PI-70-005 Public Service Commission F. M. Hoppe View
PI-70-009 State Of Indiana Public Service Comm. D. J. Hendrickson View
PI-89-022 Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety William Barbeau, Ronald Wiest View
PI-71-082 Tennessee Public Service Comm John Searcy View
PI-72-0118 Sprague Meter Company Mr. Howard W. Berghegger View
PI-92-0104 Indiana Gas Company Mr. Ronald J. Boes View
PI-04-0104 Virginia State Corporation Commission Mr. Jim Hotinger View
PI-92-024 Indiana Gas Company Ronald J. Boes View
PI-81-006 Missouri Public Service Commission Dale W. Johansen View
PI-79-046 Memo: Internal View