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  1. DOT proposes extending low-pressure oil pipeline rules

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 25 Sep 2006

    The US Department of Transportation has proposed stiffened safety requirements, including cleaning and continuous monitoring, for more than 1,200 miles of crude

  2. US GAO says Pipeline Safety Fund accounting needs retooling

    Online Articles

    Thu, 3 May 2001

    Online Staff WASHINGTON, DC, May 3 -- The General Accounting Office this week told Congress that the US Department of Transportation 's Research and Special Programs Administration should revamp the way it calculates the budget of a sister

  3. OPS issues proposed integrity management rule

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    Mon, 3 Feb 2003

    Feb. 3 -- In a proposal the gas pipeline industry sees as the "most significant" in 3 decades, the US Department of Transportation 's Office of Pipeline Safety is seeking public comment on a rule designed to identify the best methods for

  4. Ethanol rail safety

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    Mon, 20 Oct 2014

    The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), an ethanol trade group, filed a 13-page comment with the US Department of Transportation regarding proposed rules on tank railcar standards and high-hazard flammable trains (HHFT). The proposed

  5. Groups sue to block California refinery expansion

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 20 Oct 2014

    studies commissioned by North Dakota Petroleum Council, American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers, and the US Department of Transportation Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration have indicated crude sourced from Bakken shale does not

  6. Oil, rail groups comment on DOT's proposed crude-by-rail regulations

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 13 Oct 2014

    redesigns and retrofits, two major oil industry trade associations separately said in comments submitted to the US Department of Transportation on Sept. 30. Meanwhile, two railroad industry groups warned that the proposals by DOT's Pipeline & Hazardous

  7. Gathering-line scrutiny

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    Mon, 6 Oct 2014

    The US Department of Transportation is taking actions to improve rail safety requirements for crude oil transportation, Government Accountability Office investigators

  8. Industry, regulators work to build US crude pipelines right

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 1 Sep 2014

    well as inadequate operator inspection and general construction practices. Findings led to conference The US Department of Transportation agency met with operators constructing pipelines to discuss issues its inspectors found. It also tried to

  9. FERC issues final EIS for Cheniere’s Corpus Christi LNG project

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    Wed, 8 Oct 2014

    Conclusions and recommendations in the EIS included input from the US Army Corps of Engineers, US Coast Guard, US Department of Transportation , US Environmental Protection Agency, and US Department of Energy as cooperating agencies, FERC said. They

  10. Planned LNG plants must consider potential permit modifications

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    Mon, 6 Oct 2014

    is FERC if the LNG terminal is onshore or in state waters,10 or the US Maritime Administration within the Department of Transportation (MARAD) if the LNG terminal is offshore beyond state waters.11 Section 15 of the NGA states "For an application

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