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Natural Gas Pipeline Safety: Risk-Based Standards Should Allow Operators to Better Tailor Reassessments to Pipeline Threats
Katherine A. Siggerud (au)
The Pipeline Safety Improve. Act of 2002 requires that operators: (1) assess gas transmission pipeline segments (GTPS) in 20,000 miles of highly populated or frequently used areas by 2012 for safety threats, such as incorrect operation & corrosion (called baseline assessments); (2) remedy defects; & (3) reassess these segments every 7 years. Under the Pipeline & Haz. Mater. Safety Admin. reg., operators must reassess their GTPS for corrosion every 7 years & for all safety threats every 10, 15, or 20 years, based on industry consensus standards. This study addresses how the results of baseline assessments & other info. inform us on the need to reassess GTPS every 7 years & whether inspection services & tools are likely to be available to do so. Ill.
Dynamic Nutrition for Maximum Performance: A Complete Nutritional Guide for Peak Sports Performance
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Wordsworth Dictionary of the American West
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