This report lists all of the Notices of Proposed Safety Order issued in a given year, beginning in 2010. The yearly tables include the date the Notice of Proposed Safety Order was issued, the name of the operator involved, the PHMSA Region initiating the enforcement action(s), the corresponding date on which the case was closed (when applicable), the current status of the case, and the PHMSA case number. Notices of Proposed Safety Order are used to notify an operator that a particular pipeline facility has a condition or conditions that pose a pipeline integrity risk to public safety, property, or the environment. The Notice also proposes actions the operator should take to address these risks.
A Notice of Proposed Safety Order addresses pipeline integrity risks that do not constitute a hazardous facility requiring immediate corrective action, but do need to be addressed over time. Corrective Action Orders are used to address hazardous facilities requiring immediate corrective action. Notices of Proposed Safety Order are described in 190.239.
Notice of Proposed Safety Order Cases Initiated: 2020 YTD
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- PHMSA Safety Monitoring and Reporting Tool (SMART) for the Pipeline Safety Enforcement Tracking System as of November 2, 2020.
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Information provided on this website is intended to enhance public understanding of PHMSA's enforcement program. Aggregate and company-specific statistical information reflecting PHMSA's enforcement actions is provided beginning with 2002. Key documents associated with new administrative enforcement cases are provided beginning with 2007. Agency orders issued since 2002 are also provided. The search feature may not retrieve every document associated with each individual enforcement action. Enforcement data is updated monthly as additional cases are initiated and other cases are resolved. Historical totals will change over time to reflect changes in case status.