The Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) on Tuesday made a bold commitment to work toward achieving net zero carbon emissions from their members’ domestic gas transmission and storage assets by 2050.

The work, which builds on other efforts by INGAA’s members to combat climate change, is not tied to President Biden’s ambitious climate change agenda, INGAA executives said Tuesday. Rather, the latest goal extends the call for members to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

The executive team discussed the goals during a conference call Tuesday in which they shared INGAA’s 2021 Vision Forward. INGAA members, which operate nearly 200,000 miles of pipelines across the country, in 2018 committed to minimize methane emissions.

“Building on the...