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  • State Pipeline Safety Policy | Pipeline Safety Trust
    pipeline safety policy International pipeline safety State Pipeline Safety Policy National Association of Pipeline Safety Representatives NAPSR The National Association of Pipeline Safety Representatives NAPSR established in 1982 is an organization of state agency pipeline safety managers who are responsible for the administration of their state s Pipeline Safety Programs State pipeline safety agencies The map below is linked to state agencies responsible for pipeline safety just click on the state you are interested in See the table below the map for information about the level of oversight each state has chosen for involvement in natural gas and hazardous liquid pipeline regulation The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration also tracks state by state regulatory information and those links can be found through our state by state information link here State pipeline safety authority Under federal law states may choose three different levels of involvement in natural gas and hazardous liquid pipeline safety regulation The table below shows the status of each state s natural gas and hazardous liquid pipeline safety authority as of 2014 Certification Agreement Interstate Agent None Definitions for each level of authority appear below the table State Natural Gas Intrastate Authority 2014 Hazardous Liquid Intrastate Authority 2014 Natural Gas Interstate Authority 2014 Hazardous Liquid Interstate Authority 2014 Alabama Certification Certification None None Alaska None None None None Arizona Certification Certification Interstate Agent Interstate Agent Arkansas Certification None None None California Certification Certification None None Colorado Certification None None None Connecticut Certification None Interstate Agent None Delaware Certification None None None District of Columbia Certification None None None Florida Certification None None None Georgia Certification None None None Hawaii None None None None Idaho Certification None None None Illinois Certification None None None Indiana Certification Agreement None None Iowa Certification None Interstate Agent None Kansas Certification None None None Kentucky Certification None None None Louisiana Certification Certification None None Maine Certification None None None Maryland Certification Certification None None Massachusetts Certification None None None Michigan Certification None Interstate Agent None Minnesota Certification Certification Interstate Agent Interstate Agent Mississippi Certification None None None Missouri Certification None None None Montana Certification None None None Nebraska Certification None None None Nevada Certification None None None New Hampshire Certification None None None New Jersey Certification None None None New Mexico Certification Certification None None New York Certification Certification Interstate Agent Interstate Agent North Carolina Certification None None None North Dakota Certification None None None Ohio Certification None Interstate Agent None Oklahoma Certification Certification None None Oregon Certification None None None Pennsylvania Certification None None None Puerto Rico Certification None None None Rhode Island Certification None None None South Carolina Certification None None None South Dakota Certification None None None Tennessee Certification None None None Texas Certification Certification None None Utah Certification None None None Vermont Certification None None None Virginia Certification Certification None Interstate Agent Washington Certification Certification Interstate Agent Interstate Agent West Virginia Certification Certification None None Wisconsin Certification None None None Wyoming Certification None None None Certification Congress permitted

    Original URL path: http://pstrust.org/about-pipelines1/regulators-regulations/state-pipeline-safety-policy/ (2016-04-26)
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  • International Pipeline Safety Policy | Pipeline Safety Trust
    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 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 Pipelines Regulators Regulations International Pipeline Safety Policy Federal pipeline safety laws and regulation State pipeline safety policy International pipeline safety International Pipeline Safety

    Original URL path: http://pstrust.org/about-pipelines1/regulators-regulations/international-pipeline-safety-policy/ (2016-04-26)
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  • What To Do In An Emergency | Pipeline Safety 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 Pipelines Pipelines for Landowners What To Do In An Emergency What To Do In An Emergency It is important that you know how to recognize a pipeline leak and what to do and not to do if there is one Below are some basic rules Natural gas emergencies in your home or workplace If you notice the distinctive rotten egg smell of odorized natural gas follow these DO s and DO NOT s DO NOT Start an engine of any kind Strike matches or create a flame of any kind Use a telephone or cell phone these can ignite airborne gases Turn on or off any light switches garage door openers or other electrical switches these also can ignite airborne gases DO Make sure gas appliances are turned all the way OFF Leave the area Telephone 911 from a neighbor s house or other location well away from the gas leak Explain the situation Warn others if it is safe to do so against entering the leak area and or creating ignition sparks Recognizing emergencies near a pipeline right of way Remember that pipelines carry both gases and hazardous liquids Along a right of way you may see dead or discolored vegetation pooled liquid or a cloud of

    Original URL path: http://pstrust.org/about-pipelines1/pipelines-for-landowners/what-to-do-in-an-emergency/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Pipeline proposed on or near your land? | Pipeline Safety Trust
    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 Pipelines Pipelines for Landowners Pipeline proposed on or near your land Pipeline proposed on or near your land More information on this topic is included in our Landowners Guide to Pipelines The Kentucky Resources Council put together Some things to think about before you grant a pipeline easement which is useful also for those outside of Kentucky and outside the context of the specific pipeline discussed Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is charged by Congress with evaluating whether interstate natural gas pipeline projects proposed by private companies should be approved The Federal government does not propose construct operate or own such projects The Commission s determination whether to approve such a project may affect you if your land is where a natural gas pipeline other facilities or underground storage fields might be located It is important for you to know How the Commission s procedures work What rights you have How the location of a pipeline or other facilities is decided and What safety and environmental issues might be involved To learn more about FERC s process click here or here guide developed by an independent landowner attorney Hazardous Liquid Pipelines and Intrastate Natural Gas Pipelines in WA State Before a major hazardous liquid pipeline or intrastate natural gas pipeline can be sited constructed or operated in

    Original URL path: http://pstrust.org/about-pipelines1/pipelines-for-landowners/pipeline-proposed-on-or-near-your-land/ (2016-04-26)
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