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protect life and property

According to the National Transportation Safety Board, petroleum pipelines are the safest method of overland transportation. Pipeline safety is regulated by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) and designated state agencies. Pipeline Safety regulations address the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and emergency response procedures in their effort to protect lives and the environment.

Follow these 5 simple steps to protect life and property:

1. Call your state’s One Call Center at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled start of excavation. One Call Center information may be easily retrieved below by selecting your state.

2. Wait the required amount of time (at least 48 hours) to allow utilities to investigate.

3. A trained technician will mark the location of the pipeline at no cost to you.

4. Respect the line markers provided.

5. Exercise care while digging.

 

 State One Call Information

 
Arkansas 1-Call :
California 1-Call :
Colorado 1-Call :
Illinois 1-Call :
Indiana 1-Call :
Iowa 1-Call :
Kansas 1-Call :
Louisiana 1-Call :
Maryland 1-Call :
Minnesota 1-Call :
Missouri 1-Call :
Nebraska 1-Call :
New Mexico 1-Call :
New Jersey 1-Call :
North Dakota 1-Call :
Oklahoma 1-Call :
Oregon 1-Call :
South Dakota 1-Call :
Texas 1-Call :
Virginia 1-Call :
Washington 1-Call :
800-482-8998
800-227-2600
800-922-1987
800-892-0123
800-382-5544
800-292-8989
800-344-7233
800-272-3020
800-257-7777
800-252-1166
800-344-7483
800-331-5666
800-321-2537
800-872-1000
800-795-0555
800-522-6543
800-332-2344
800-781-7474
800-552-7001
800-344-8377
800-424-5555
 

 for pipeline emergencies

 
NuStar Control Center
San Antonio, TX
800-481-0038
controlcenter1@nustarenergy.com