TIGHTER SAFETY RULES URGED FOR CANADIAN PIPELINES

Canada's Transportation Safety Board (TSB) has urged tighter federal control of Canadian pipeline operations. The board issued a set of recommended steps to improve pipeline safety as a result of its probe of a propane line rupture that occurred early in 1991 in Saskatechewan. If adopted by the National Energy Board, one of the recommendations could require periodic retests and recertification of all Canadian high pressure pipelines under federal jurisdiction. The goal is to ensure the

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