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Pipeline Emergency Resources

Pipeline Emergency Resources

For Phillips 66, having safety as our top priority means committing our resources to build pipelines that meet the highest engineering standards and investing in the latest technology to maintain them. It means hiring the most qualified employees and training them well. And it means—no mat...

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Phillips 66: Preparing for emergencies

Phillips 66: Preparing for emergencies

At Phillips 66, safety and preparedness are always top of mind. We invest heavily in measures to reduce pipeline incidents and in training that will prepare our employees and emergency organizations to respond if one occurs. Training efforts begin with our own people. All Phillips 66 Pipeline LL...

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Finding the pipeline near you

Finding the pipeline near you

Is a pipeline near you? With 2.5 million miles of pipeline crisscrossing the United States alone, there’s a good chance the answer is yes. Knowing where pipelines and other utilities are located is a key part of staying safe near them. Luckily there are several ways you can find pipelines ...

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Excavating carefully: What to do after 811

Excavating carefully: What to do after 811

You’re planning to dig, and you’ve done everything right. You called 811. You waited for utility lines to be marked. And you made sure every operator marked their utilities or gave you an “all clear.” But as you begin you work, there’s just one more step—respe...

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Call 811 Before You Dig

Call 811 Before You Dig

It was a summer day in 2016 when a backhoe operator working in Oklahoma hit the pipeline. Hired by a private landowner, the contractor was moving dirt to be hauled to another site. But as it scooped up the soil, the backhoe’s toothed bucket repeatedly struck a buried Phillips 66 petroleum ...

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Who regulates pipelines?

Who regulates pipelines?

In the pipeline industry, safety comes first. Whether it’s using quality materials, meeting high engineering standards, training operations employees or raising safety awareness, Phillips 66 and other pipeline operators invest heavily to protect our pipelines and the communities we’r...

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Pipelines: Efficient, safe and reliable

Pipelines: Efficient, safe and reliable

Whether used to heat homes, fuel transportation or make products we use every day, we need energy. Powering business and driving an unparalleled transportation system, energy literally fuels our way of life. And when energy can’t be produced in areas where it’s needed, pipelines are o...

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2nd Annual 811 Day Block Party

2nd Annual 811 Day Block Party

Every six minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone failed to call 811 before digging.  August 11 (811 Day) serves as a natural reminder for people to call 811 prior to any digging project to have underground utility lines marked.  Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC joins pi...

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Job Site Analysis Around Pipeline Facilities

Job Site Analysis Around Pipeline Facilities

Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC, like many other underground utility operators, requires that a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) to be performed when work is being done near our assets.   JSAs are never optional when Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC is involved. When work is being conducted in our rights-of...

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Hazards Assessment for HVL Pipelines

Hazards Assessment for HVL Pipelines

Highly-volatile liquids (HVLs) have unique characteristics if unintentionally released from a pipeline. Officials should verify the product transported as part of the initial hazards assessment phase of response. Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC transports the following HVLs: Ethane Butane Propane ...

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