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Pipeline Safety Performance 

For more information on industry safety, read the API-AOPL Annual Pipeline Safety Excellence Performance Report.

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Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019
Pipeline Safety Performance 2019

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Check out the latest #PipelineSafety report showing how liquids pipelines are getting safer with fewer pipeline incidents impacting people or the environment. Click to Tweet
Government data shows liquids pipelines are getting safer while delivering more energy to American consumers. Click to Tweet
#PipelineSafety Fact: Over the past five years, pipeline operators have reduced the number of liquids pipeline incidents impacting people or the environment by 20% even as pipeline miles and barrels delivered have risen. Click to Tweet
Pipelines are still one of the safest ways to deliver the energy we use every day, delivering their products safely 99.999% of the time. #PipelineSafety Click to Tweet
Technology is a main driver of #PipelineSafety improvement. Ongoing industry-wide R&D initiatives test and validate the performance of new inspection tools. Every year, pipeliners continue to improve and apply more advanced technologies. Click to Tweet
Pipeline operators are using ultrasonic, electromagnetic acoustic wave, and magnetic flux technologies to find ever-smaller issues in pipelines that we can repair long before they become a problem. Click to Tweet
Pipelines benefit consumers and working Americans. A single major pipeline project can create thousands of jobs and supply billions of dollars in payroll to U.S. workers. Click to Tweet
Over the last 5 years, liquids pipeline mileage has increased 12%, but pipeline incidents impacting people or the environment decreased by 20%. Click to Tweet
How are pipelines improving safety? New analytic modeling and techniques allow operators to analyze inspection data and predict issues farther in advance of when they might become problems. Click to Tweet
New inspection technologies, such as smart pigs or diagnostic robots that travel inside pipelines scanning for issues, are finding smaller flaws than ever, allowing us to fix issues long before they become safety problems. Click to Tweet

Safety RESOURCES

Pipeline operators love getting out in the field, using their hi-tech tools, performing their engineering analysis and practicing their response plans. All of this work to keep pipelines safe provides great videos, fact sheets and toolkits. Access them here: