Day: October 17, 2019

APGA makes major board changes

MPC Group’s Tony O’Sullivan was appointed as the new APGA President for a two-year term following the APGA Convention and Exhibition in Adelaide, South Australia, while three nominations were received for three vacancies, so the other new appointments required no election…read more

For this Alaska clan, pipeline safety is the family business

If you’re trying to find an Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. employee named Martin Parsons, you’re going to have to be more specific. You could be looking for Contingency and ICS Planning Manager Martin Parsons, who works out of the company’s Midtown Anchorage headquarters. But you’ll also find Martin Parsons working as a technician at the …

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Mansfield High students, staff allowed back to school after evacuation due to possible gas leak

Students, staff allowed back to Mansfield High after evacuation due to possible gas leak Mansfield High School was evacuated at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, as a precaution while a possible gas leak was being investigated, according to Mansfield police. All staff and students to return to the building at 12:45 p.m. after the Mansfield …

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New federal pipeline safety rules draw praise from industry, scorn from critics

New federal rules on pipeline safety are being praised by the oil and gas industry but dismissed by pipeline critics in Pennsylvania as unlikely to make pipelines any safer. The rules from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration will increase requirements on operators to follow “risk-based integrity management” practices to keep pipelines in good condition; …

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Central Coast Propane of Paso Robles Releases A Public Reminder To Dig and Plant Safety This …

Fall and spring are busy times for gardening, landscaping, and other projects that require digging. Central Coast Propane in Paso Robles is reminding the public to dig safely and avoid damaging underground utility lines, septic connections, and water pipes. Digging without knowing the location of underground utility lines can damage gas, electric, communication, water, and sewer lines, …

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Trenchless wins major expansion project

The Trans Mountain Expansion Project comprises 980 km of new pipeline, traveling across a variety of terrain that requires a reduction of construction impact. To focus on environmental protection, innovation and advances in pipeline construction will be utilised including 40 major trenchless crossings…read more