PHMSA pipeline news
PHMSA proposes vital standards to enhance safety
Stronger oversight of the three million miles of US pipelines critical for protecting communities and climate.
PHMSA research announcement
Applications welcome for research topics such as hazardous liquid pipelines and composite/multi-layered pipe.
USDOT partners with NASCAR and Arizona 811
PHMSA announces strategic communication partnerships with NASCAR, Arizona 811 and other states.
Competitive academic agreement programme
The latest notice of funding opportunity from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
PHMSA orders lower pressure on Keystone pipeline
TC Energy required to reduce operating pressure on pipeline that spilled 13 000 bbl of oil in December.
DOT announces over US$75.6 million in awards
PHMSA announces it is awarding over US$75.6 million in grants to fund projects and activities to improve the safety of pipelines.
FOSA encourages Secretary of Transportation to advance pipeline rulemaking
FOSA writes to Secretary Buttigieg to encourage his department to move forward with a pipeline safety rulemaking, to promote the adoption of technology enhancements.
EDF moves to defend gas pipeline standards in court
EDF has moved to intervene in a lawsuit to defend PHMSA’s safety and environmental standards for gas gathering pipelines.
PHMSA announces new safety measures
PHMSA announces it is taking steps to implement new measures to strengthen its safety oversight of CO2 pipelines around the US, and protect communities from dangerous pipeline failures.
One year on from Colonial Pipeline cyberattack
Soft underbelly of US critical infrastructure remains vulnerable.