No information is available for this page. 49 CFR Title 49 → Subtitle B → Chapter I → Subchapter D → Part PART —TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS BY PIPELINE. rule. 49 CFR Appendix C to Part - Guidance for Implementation of an Part - TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS BY PIPELINE.
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Kestrel has the resources to accommodate its customers by providing contract and in house services to ensure each employee assigned to a specific project meets the requirements of the regulation.
The ANPRM solicited stakeholder and public input and comments on several aspects of hazardous liquid pipeline regulations being considered for revision or updating in order to 49 cfr part 195 the lessons learned from the Marshall, Michigan accident and other pipeline safety issues.
If using an ILI tool is operationally impracticable, an operator must use a pressure test, external corrosion direct assessment, or other technology.
Data from an assessment must be analyzed by a person qualified by knowledge, training and experience. New repair criteria apply to IM pipelines.
For IM pipe, the following conditions require immediate repair: An operator may not use ECA for dents that qualify as immediate repair conditions. The final rule also identifies conditions that must be evaluated and remediated within days of discovery and establishes requirements for evaluating all other conditions.
The final rule eliminates existing day and day repair categories. 49 cfr part 195
IM pipe must be modified to accommodate ILI. Within 20 years, an operator must ensure that each pipeline subject to IM is modified to accommodate the passage of an ILI device. PHMSA will consider late filed comments so far as practicable.