Watching Government: Quarterman cites progress

Federal regulators and US crude oil pipeline owners and operators have made real progress in 2012, US Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration Chief Cynthia L. Quarterman said on Nov. 8. But government and industry will need to continue working closely to meet three main goals in 2013, she maintained. "The election has finally come and passed," she told participants in the annual leadership meeting cosponsored by the American Petroleum Institute and the Association of Oil Pipelines. "The federal government is undergoing a transition—one less disruptive, perhaps, than if the administration had changed." She continued, "In the meantime, however, pipeli...

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