May 2014, Vol. 241, No. 5

Government

API Considers New Voluntary Recommended Practice For Pipeline Safety

An American Petroleum Institute (API) advisory committee released a draft “recommended practice” describing a safety management system (SMS) for natural gas and liquid pipelines at a meeting sponsored by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) in February. The API was taking comments through April 11 and will approve RP1173, in some form, later this year. Ron McClain, president, products pipelines at Kinder Morgan, chaired the committee which worked over the 18 months to draft RP1173. Representatives of liquid and gas companies sat on the committee as did association executives such as Scott Currier, director of operations, safety and inte

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