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Sensors and gauges feed their data into central control rooms where operator personnel monitor #pipelines 24/7.

#Pipeline operators monitor their pipelines 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

#Pipeline operators use advanced detection technology and analytics to monitor pipelines.

#Pipeline operators are constantly watching over their pipelines to make sure everything is running safely.

#Pipeline operators are developing and deploying advanced technologies that can "smell" trace amounts of hydrocarbons in the soil, "see" their chemical signature in the air or hear tiny acoustic vibrations produced by a hole in the pipe.

Smart balls traveling inside #pipelines listen for acoustic vibrations that could signal a leak.

#Pipeline operators use computer algorithms to account for changes in temperature, terrain or distance from a pump station, helping detect issues before they become a problem.

#Pipelinesafety starts with a comprehensive program to prevent problems from happening in the first place.

#Pipeline operators conduct regular overflights and drives along the pipeline route to monitor pipelines.

Pipeline operators regularly patrol their pipelines looking for any signs of problems.

#Pipelinesafety starts with a comprehensive program to prevent anything from happening in the first place.

Proactive inspections look for issues before they become problems. #PipelineSafety

#Pipeline operators use control centers with personnel watching 24/7 to monitor pipelines.

#Pipeline operators can remotely stop pumps and close isolation valves if they detect a potential problem.

#Pipeline control personnel are trained to shut down their systems, diagnose whether an alarm is showing a leak, and not restart until personnel confirm the pipeline is operating safely.

#Pipeline operators can quickly shut down a pipeline if monitoring technology indicates a potential leak.

From planes to helicopters to drones, #pipeline operators monitor from above to ensure pipelines are operating safely.

Unmanned drones, special cameras, and even satellites can all help ensure #pipelines are operating safely.

#Pipelines are equipped with sensors and gauges along their route. Sensors can detect a drop in pressure and flow gauges monitor product passing through the pipeline ensuring everything remains inside the pipe.

#Pipeline operators monitor their pipelines from central control rooms 24 hours a day looking for signs of leaks and shutting down the pipeline if necessary. #PipelineSafety 

How do #pipeline operators know if a pipeline might have a leak? 24/7 monitoring with cutting edge technology and regular patrols along the pipeline route. #PipelineSafety 

What happens when #pipeline operators detect a leak? From their central control centers, pipeline operators will remotely stop pumps and close isolation valves. #PipelineSafety 

Preventative maintenance, proactive inspections, and cutting-edge technology are just a few ways pipeline operators ensure 99.999% of products delivered by #pipeline reach you safely. #PipelineSafety