Pipeline Safety Trust Info
The Pipeline Safety Trust sent this letter to Congress on opposing HR 3, which would require approval of the Keystone XL while stripping federal agencies of most environmental permitting authority.
SAVE THE DATE! The 2013 Pipeline safety Trust Conference will be held in New Orleans, LA on November 21-22. Please plan to join us there!
Winter 2013 (pdf, 1.8MB)
The Pipeline Safety Trust’s testimony at the January 28, 2013 U.S. Senate field hearing on pipeline safety can be found here
Thanks to all those who attended our 2012 conference!
Low resolution videos of many presentations, and the PDFs of all the presentations, are now posted on the conference website. A higher resolution archive of the webcast will be available soon.
A new report from the Trust has been published:
Download it here (pdf, 5.4MB).
Want to know if you live near a pipeline?
Check out the National Pipeline Mapping System here
Planning Near Pipelines
We have a whole section of our website devoted to Planning Near Pipelines that includes the report of the Pipelines & Informed Planning Alliance.
Congress passes reauthorization bill for pipeline safety program:
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin Signs Pipeline Safety Legislation
Marathon: Fuel spill over 19,000 gallons, W. 56th St. won’t reopen before Monday
PG&E Fails to Produce Critical Safety Records
The Case of the Disappearing Dilbit: How Much Oil Was Released in 2010 Pipeline Spill?
State regulators propose that PG&E be punished with a record $2.25 billion penalty for San Bruno blast
EPA releases harsh review of Keystone XL environmental report
Enbridge resisting final cleanup of its Michigan Oil Spill: Inside Climate News
PGE Identifies 239 Pipelines at risk of failure
Multi-part story on Enbridge 2010 dilbit spill in Marshall, Michigan:
The Biggest Oil Spill You’ve
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