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Petroleum Pipelines in Your Community

You can protect your community by familiarizing yourself with the location of pipelines and by knowing how to identify, respond to and prevent a pipeline leak or rupture.

Recognize and Respond to a Pipeline Leak

Explorer has an excellent safety record and is well-trained and prepared to respond to potential emergencies. A pipeline incident can be dangerous, and requires caution and immediate action from pipeline company representatives and local emergency responders to protect people, property and the environment.

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Identify Pipelines and Above-Ground Facilities

Pipeline markers are located along the pipeline right-of-way, at road and railroad crossings and at all above-ground facilities. In addition to line markers, the federal government provides access to maps that show the approximate location of transmission pipelines in your community.

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Protect Pipelines and Right-of-Way

We all play a part in ensuring the safe operation of pipelines in the community. Excavation activity is the most common cause of pipeline leaks, but there’s more we can do to protect pipelines.

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Emergency Response Training Resources

Explorer partners with various resources to provide or conduct pipeline safety and response meetings for government and safety officials and emergency officials. In an emergency situation, Explorer's priorities are the same as yours - to protect life, environment and property. Preparation, education and training keeps our communities safe!.

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