The American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Association of Oil Pipeline (AOPL) have submitted two petitions to DOT/OPS to amend Title 49 CFR Part 195.452. While most API member companies are primarily engaged in the transportation of hazardous liquids, some of the members do operate small amounts of gas pipelines that are subject to the Part 192 Subpart O Pipeline Integrity Management Rule. Acceptance of the petition would allow operators to incorporate their gas pipelines into their hazardous liquid pipeline integrity management program under Part 195.452.
In This Issue
- Gas Pipeline Advisory Notice
- DOT Pipeline Compliance / Integrity Assessment Workshop September 28 – 30, 2004 – Houston
- NTSB Recommendations Concerning Pipe Transportation
- Acquiring a pipeline?
- Standards of Performance for Stationary Gas Turbines – Final rule; Amendments
- Need A Security Plan or Audit?
- ASME B31Q Industry Teleconference Recap (July 2, 2004)
- O&M Manual Up-To-Date?
- Liquefied Natural Gas Facilities; Clarifying and Updating Safety Standards
- Pending Audits?
- Procedural Change for Annual NPMS Submission Updates
- Integrity Management Plan Up-to-Date?
- Gas Pipelines in Liquid Integrity Management Plans
- Need to update your Public Awareness Program?
- Fire Safety Analysis Manual for LP-Gas Storage Facilities
- RCP Services Spotlight � Web Based Regulatory Compliance Management Systems