Pipeline awareness survey

A survey by three industry trade associations tests the knowledge of four groups-the affected public, excavators, emergency responders, and local public officials-about pipelines in their communities. Conducted by the American Petroleum Institute, Interstate Natural Gas Association of America, and Association of Oil Pipe Lines, the survey gauges awareness and understanding of information that pipeline companies must provide under federal regulations that incorporate API RP 1162.Member companies spent 2 years developing the joint survey, beginning with an API pilot project in Chicago and Baton Rouge, La., initiated in 2004 and conducted in 2005. In partnership with Harris Interactive, Rest...

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