ST SERVICES(FORMERLY STANDARD TRANSPIPE)
Case CPF 120006003
This report lists key information pertaining to a particular enforcement case (1). For cases initiated after January 1, 2007, electronic files of PHMSA's initial notice letter, the operator's initial response letter (if any), and PHMSA's Final Order (if an Order is issued) are provided. PHMSA only issues Final Orders in certain situations. For example, Final Orders are not issued for Warning Letters and most Notices of Amendment.
|Operator||ST SERVICES(FORMERLY STANDARD TRANSPIPE)|
|Case Type|| Letter of Concern
Proposed Civil Penalty
Proposed Compliance Order
Incident Reports - Hazardous Liquid Pipelines (withdrawn)
Operations and Maintenance - Hazardous Liquid Pipelines
Procedure Manuals - Hazardous Liquid Pipelines
|Proposed Civil Penalty||$674,000|
|Assessed Civil Penalty||$330,250|
|Collected Civil Penalty||$330,250|
|Basis for penalty reduction|| Operator Cooperation
Operator provided additional evidence
|Final Order Date||06/02/04|
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|120006003_Decision on the Petition for Reconsideration_02092005.pdf||636 KB||scanned version|
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