To find out more about pipelines and pipeline safety, please visit these informative sites:
Association of Oil Pipelines
AOPL helps educate the public, the government, the press and educational institutions on the vital transportation role that pipelines play in the economy of the United States, its commerce and its national defense. You’ll find helpful information on AOPL’s website, including Pipeline 101 and America’s Supply Line video (bottom of the page) .
Common Ground Alliance
CGA is a member-driven association dedicated to reducing damage to underground infrastructure, and ensuring public safety, environmental protection, and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices.
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
PHMSA’s goal is to protect people and the environment from the risks of hazardous materials transportation. It establishes national policy, sets and enforces standards, educates, and conducts research to prevent incidents. Visit www.phmsa.dot.gov.
To view pipeline maps, visit the National Pipeline Mapping System. However, this is not intended to be used to physically locate Koch Pipeline’s lines or facilities. Before conducting any excavation activities you must first call 811 or your state’s One Call Center to arrange to have all underground facilities physically located.
American Petroleum Institute
API represents all aspects of the petroleum industry (exploration, production, refining, transportation and marketing) and U.S. crude oil and refined petroleum products pipeline operators.