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  • Pipeline Safety Trust | website for The Pipeline Safety Trust
    By Bob Downing Ohio com March 11 2016 Feds reject Jordan Cove LNG terminal By Ted Sickinger The Oregonian March 11 2016 It Just Got a Lot Harder for SoCalGas to Reopen Aliso Canyon By Gene Maddaus LA Weekly March 9 2016 Enbridge pipeline plan in northern Wisconsin prompts concerns By Lee Bergquist of the Journal Sentinel March 6 2016 Industry dominates lobbying of pipeline hazmat agency By Rachel Leven Bloomberg Feb 8 2016 New federal gas storage regulations likely to mimic industry s guidelines By Phil McKenna InsideClimate News Feb 8 2016 Pipeline leak statistics should give pause to pipeline supporters By Ron Whittington Athens Banner Herald Jan 3 2016 FERC Atlantic Coast pipeline must consider alternate routes By Robert Walton UtilityDIVE Dec 14 2015 TransCanada failed to operate Keystone safely US regulator alleges By Mike De Souza National Observer Dec 11 2015 Unique hazards of tar sands oil spills confirmed by National Academies of Sciences By Zahra Hirji InsideClimate News Dec 9 2015 Inside the fight to shut down Line 5 By Lee DeVito Detroit MetroTimes Dec 9 2015 Spills of Diluted Bitumen from Pipelines A Comparative Study of Environmental Fate Effects and Response is now posted on the National Academies Press website and is available for free download Dec 8 2015 NYers fear gas pipeline near nuclear reactor could spell disaster By Aaron Cantu Aljazeera America Dec 3 2015 Pipeline safety plans miss the leak By Elana Schor and Andrew Restuccia Politico Oct 28 2015 USDOT White House to honor transportation champions of change for innovation By Chris Hill Equipment World Oct 12 2015 See the Trust press release on this topic here Explosion at natural gas facility in Gibson kills 3 workers seriously injures 2 others By Danielle Maddox The New Orleans Advocate Oct 8 2015 Exxon is fined 2 6M for spill By Debra Hale Shelton Northwest AR Democrat Gazette Oct 2 205 PST Press Release on PHMSA Hazardous Liquid Proposed Rule released Thursday October 1 2015 Feds want tougher rules for oil pipelines after spills By Matthew Brown AP Oct 1 2015 Two years after Tioga N D spill dirty pile still dwarfs clean pile By Amy Dalrymple Grand Forks Herald Sept 28 2015 Pennsylvania community experiences pipeline proliferation By Duncan Adams The Roanoke Times Sept 13 2015 As US rushes to build gas lines failure rate of new pipes has spiked By Sarah Smith SNL Sept 9 2015 We re still waiting for confirmation on the health of Line 5 in the Straits of Mackinac By Mark Brush MI Radio Sept 2 2015 Dueling studies dispute need for more pipelines in New England By William Opalka RTO Insider Aug 31 2015 Cleanup underway after 26 000 gallon Alberta pipeline spill By Nicolas Torres Petro Global News Aug 23 2015 Hudson Valley lawmakers have new concerns about Indian Point pipeline By James Gormley The Legislative Gazette Aug 11 2015 Judge grants injunction to keep surveyors off land in pipeline case By Tina Alvey Register

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  • About the Trust | Pipeline Safety Trust
    Briefing Papers Regulators Regulations Pipeline Info For Beginners Pipeline Info for Landowners Pipeline Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Navigate Home About the Trust Mission History of the Pipeline Safety Trust Leadership Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Background Contact The Trust Trust Initiatives Programs Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Conferences Pipeline Safety Technical Experts New Voices Project Transparency of Pipeline Information Publications Planning Near Pipelines Regulatory Comments The Trust in the News Work in Other Communities About Pipelines Briefing Papers Regulators Regulations Pipeline Info For Beginners Pipeline Info for Landowners Pipeline Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Pipeline Safety Trust About the Trust About the Pipeline Safety Trust The Pipeline Safety Trust is a nonprofit public charity promoting pipeline safety through education and advocacy by

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  • Mission | Pipeline Safety Trust
    Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Navigate Home About the Trust Mission History of the Pipeline Safety Trust Leadership Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Background Contact The Trust Trust Initiatives Programs Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Conferences Pipeline Safety Technical Experts New Voices Project Transparency of Pipeline Information Publications Planning Near Pipelines Regulatory Comments The Trust in the News Work in Other Communities About Pipelines Briefing Papers Regulators Regulations Pipeline Info For Beginners Pipeline Info for Landowners Pipeline Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Pipeline Safety Trust About the Trust Mission Mission The Pipeline Safety Trust promotes pipeline safety through education and advocacy increased access to information and partnerships with residents safety advocates government and industry resulting in safer communities and a healthier environment Vision A Vision for Our Communities We see a world in which there are zero pipeline incidents and Communities where residents feel safe from the hazards of energy infrastructure Communities where residents trust their government to protect them from hazards Government authorities that are proactive and innovative in their approaches to accident prevention Energy production distribution and consumption that promotes sustainable development Energy and utility industries that partner with communities to promote safety and environmental protection Communities that are empowered with information and technical expertise and Communities where residents have a meaningful voice in pipeline decision making A Vision for Our Organization We see the Pipeline Safety Trust providing Effective innovative long term

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  • History of the Pipeline Safety Trust | Pipeline Safety Trust
    Safety Trust Leadership Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Background Contact The Trust Trust Initiatives Programs Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Conferences Pipeline Safety Technical Experts New Voices Project Transparency of Pipeline Information Publications Planning Near Pipelines Regulatory Comments The Trust in the News Work in Other Communities About Pipelines Briefing Papers Regulators Regulations Pipeline Info For Beginners Pipeline Info for Landowners Pipeline Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Pipeline Safety Trust About the Trust History of the Pipeline Safety Trust Impetus for the Pipeline Safety Trust came when these three young men Liam Wood Stephen Tsiorvas and Wade King were killed by the explosion of the Olympic Pipeline in 1999 Pipeline Safety Trust History The Pipeline Safety Trust came into being based on the efforts and recommendations of SAFE Bellingham and the families of Liam Wood and Stephen Tsiorvas who were killed in the 1999 explosion SAFE Bellingham a grassroots watchdog group concerned with pipeline safety and the families fought for better pipeline oversight and accident prevention measures These Bellingham residents made it their number one priority to organize a perpetually funded oversight organization to ensure safer pipelines nationwide Much of the inspiration for the Pipeline Safety Trust is borrowed from a citizen oversight organization in Alaska that successfully changed oil tanker safety practices after the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill The need for the Pipeline Safety Trust gained written support from Washington Governor Gary Locke the Washington State Utilities and Transportation Commission the Washington State Citizens Committee on Pipeline Safety many local governments and pipeline safety advocates nationwide

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  • Leadership | Pipeline Safety Trust
    State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Navigate Home About the Trust Mission History of the Pipeline Safety Trust Leadership Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Background Contact The Trust Trust Initiatives Programs Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Conferences Pipeline Safety Technical Experts New Voices Project Transparency of Pipeline Information Publications Planning Near Pipelines Regulatory Comments The Trust in the News Work in Other Communities About Pipelines Briefing Papers Regulators Regulations Pipeline Info For Beginners Pipeline Info for Landowners Pipeline Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Pipeline Safety Trust About the Trust Leadership Leadership Carl Weimer Executive Director click for short bio click here for Carl s CV Rebecca Craven Program Director click for short bio Board of Directors Lois Epstein President Anchorage Alaska click for short bio Sara Gosman VP Fayetteville Arkansas

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  • Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan | Pipeline Safety Trust
    Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Navigate Home About the Trust Mission History of the Pipeline Safety Trust Leadership Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Background Contact The Trust Trust Initiatives Programs Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Conferences Pipeline Safety Technical Experts New Voices Project Transparency of Pipeline Information Publications Planning Near Pipelines Regulatory Comments The Trust in the News Work in Other Communities About Pipelines Briefing Papers Regulators Regulations Pipeline Info For Beginners Pipeline Info for Landowners Pipeline Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Pipeline Safety Trust About the Trust Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan Pipeline Safety Trust Strategic Plan The Strategic Plan describes the Pipeline Safety Trust s long term goals and near term actions It aligns the organization s mission and priorities for

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  • Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews & IRS 990s | Pipeline Safety Trust
    Strategic Plan Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Background Contact The Trust Trust Initiatives Programs Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Conferences Pipeline Safety Technical Experts New Voices Project Transparency of Pipeline Information Publications Planning Near Pipelines Regulatory Comments The Trust in the News Work in Other Communities About Pipelines Briefing Papers Regulators Regulations Pipeline Info For Beginners Pipeline Info for Landowners Pipeline Info for Local Government Glossary Stats State by State Pipeline Information Project Specific Information Pipeline Maps Finding Info and Getting Involved Opportunities for Comment and Participation Online Discussions Join Us On Facebook Quick Links TAG Grants Search This Site Donate Pipeline Safety Trust About the Trust Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Pipeline Safety Trust Annual Financial Reviews IRS 990s Click on the links below to review the Trust s Annual Financial Reviews and IRS Form 990 for previous years IRS Form 990 2014 15 pdf 553 KB 2014 15 Reviewed Financial Statements pdf 177 KB IRS Form 990 2013 14 pdf 414 KB 2013 14 Audited Financial Statements pdf 578 KB IRS Form 990 2012 13 pdf 833 KB 2012 2013 Financial Review pdf 807 KB IRS Form 990 2011 12 504 KB 2011

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  • Background | Pipeline Safety Trust
    Pipeline Safety Trust About the Trust Background Background The Problem Public trust in pipeline safety institutions evaporated in the aftermath of the June 10 1999 Olympic Pipe Line Company disaster in Bellingham Washington On that day 225 000 gallons of gasoline spilled into Whatcom Creek in a city park and exploded killing 10 year olds Wade King and Stephen Tsiorvas and 18 year old Liam Wood and causing millions of dollars of damage to property and the environment for a complete history of this tragedy click here The severity of the explosion and subsequent investigation reports left the public with the knowledge that there are serious problems with pipeline safety management and regulation at every level Fatalities and environmental damage are not unique to the Bellingham incident Just over a year later on August 19 2000 a gas pipeline rupture near Carlsbad New Mexico killed twelve people including five children More recently a neighborhood was destroyed in San Bruno CA when a PG E natural gas transmission pipeline blew up killing 8 people injuring dozens more and fed a firestorm that leveled nearly 40 houses A city block in Allentown PA was destroyed and 5 people were killed by an explosion caused by a failed cast iron gas distribution pipeline Calhoun County Michigan was the site of the single largest onshore spill in US history when an Enbridge pipeline carrying diluted bitumen ruptured near the town of Marshall spilling over 1 million gallons into Talmadge Creek and the Kalamazoo River and causing the relocation of over 100 families These and many other tragedies have forced communities nationwide to look more closely at how pipeline safety energy policies and practices affect their residents and their environments There are six primary reasons why pipeline disasters occur Pipeline operators fail to maintain adequate

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