PHMSA readies work on 'ambitious' set of rules By Chris Knight, Argus Media (Dec. 2, 2022) "That's an ambitious list, especially when you compare it to what we've done in the past," Brown said in New Orleans, Louisiana, at a … [Read more...] about PHMSA readies work on ‘ambitious’ set of rules
This week, the Pipeline Safety Trust welcomed the API-LEPA Performance Excellence Team (PET) to Bellingham, WA. The PET is an industry effort to develop strategic initiatives to improve pipeline safety on hazardous liquids pipelines. The … [Read more...] about API-LEPA Performance Excellence Team Tours Site of 1999 Bellingham Pipeline Tragedy
Pipeline activists warn of 'dangers' of carbon dioxide pipelines, but backers say process safe By Ben Singson, My Journal Courier (Oct. 21, 2022) Pipeline Safety Trust Executive Director Bill Caram said carbon dioxide was typically … [Read more...] about Pipeline activists warn of ‘dangers’ of carbon dioxide pipelines, but backers say process safe
How much ‘net’ CO2 would pipelines remove? By Erin Jordan, The Gazette (Oct. 14, 2022) Because carbon sequestration still is relatively new, with less than 1 percent of all U.S. underground pipelines transporting CO2, the government … [Read more...] about How much ‘net’ CO2 would pipelines remove?
Pipeline safety agency with big task lacks key resources By Ben Hulac, CQ Rollcall (Oct. 5, 2022) That new construction may get funding from the infrastructure law and the new climate, health care and tax law, said Bill Caram, … [Read more...] about Pipeline safety agency with big task lacks key resources
FOCUS: Fallout of 2019 pipe explosion, status of pipelines in Kentuckiana By Travis Breeze, WHAS 11 ABC (Sept. 22, 2022) - "These companies say that in-line inspection is just as good as bringing it out of the ground and looking at … [Read more...] about FOCUS: Fallout of 2019 pipe explosion, status of pipelines in Kentuckiana
Will carbon capture help clean New Mexico’s power, or delay its transition? By New Mexico In Depth (Sept. 2, 2022) - According to the Pipeline Safety Trust, carbon dioxide in high concentrations is an asphyxiant that can travel long … [Read more...] about Will carbon capture help clean New Mexico’s power, or delay its transition?
LNG Explosion Shines Light on 42-Year-Old Gas Rules By Mike Sorgahan and Mike Lee, E&E News/Politico (June 28, 2022) - "It’s important to remember that LNG poses unique safety risks, often above and beyond those posed by other … [Read more...] about LNG explosion shines light on 42-year-old gas rules