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Partnership of Protection

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Multiple government agencies work together to help keep CO2 #pipelines safe. 

Federal, state, county and local agencies all play a role in CO2 #pipeline safety. 

Protecting the environment and keeping CO2 #pipelines safe: it’s a role played by multiple government agencies. 

Our local CO2 #pipelines are safe because multiple government agencies work together to regulate them.

CO2 Pipeline safety is a partnership of protection. Learn about the agencies involved in keeping our #pipelines safe. 

Each agency at the federal, state, county and local levels performs a role in #pipeline projects 

The DOT’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has numerous safety measures to strengthen its safety oversight of CO2 #pipelines around the country and protect communities.

It takes a partnership! How government agencies at all levels keep our CO2 pipelines safe.

CO2 #pipelines have been operating safely in the United States for decades. Federal pipeline safety law and government safety regulations mandate safe operations of CO2 pipelines.

CO2 #pipeline operators proactively inspect their pipelines on regular schedules to look for any issues and ensure the pipeline remains safe.

Government #pipeline safety data collected by PHMSA and publicly available shows CO2 pipeline incidents are rare and declining.

Current PHMSA regulations at 49 CFR Part 195 prescribe hundreds of requirements on the construction, inspection, maintenance, monitoring and incident response for CO2 #pipelines.


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