Best Practices Improving Pipeline Safety

June 2017, Vol. 244, No. 6

By Stuart E. Saulters, Policy Advisor, API Midstream and Industry Operations

As an industry responsible for delivering energy throughout the United States, we need to ensure we do all we can to protect communities and the environment with safe pipeline operations. Pipelines are one of the safest ways to transport energy resources. Crude oil, natural gas and their products reach destinations safely by pipeline 99.999% of the time. However, the pipeline industry is committed to increasing that number to 100%. We know we can do more to keep pipelines safe and are working together as an industry to improve pipeline safety performance.= Safety is a core…

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