Pipelines are safe and getting safer

According to Association of Oil Pipe Lines, pipeline operators spend over $2 billion a year to keep their pipelines, the public and the environment safe.
Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC makes safety our highest priority. We value the relationships we’ve cultivated in the communities where we work and live. We know you expect us to operate safely – and we do.

Our multi-pronged approach to safety is rooted in prevention, maintenance, and emergency preparedness. Elements of these programs include exacting design and construction standards, comprehensive pipeline maintenance, 24-7 remote line monitoring, leak detection, community education programs and strong relationships with emergency response teams across our asset footprint.

We believe that all pipeline incidents are preventable, and we support our goal of zero safety issues by investing in a high-performing employee team, cutting-edge technology, on-going training, and honesty.

View the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) site for Phillips 66 and its subsidiaries.

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In an emergency situation, our priorities are the same as yours -- to protect life, environment and property.
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If excavation projects are not done according to the law, it can cause damage to property, potential fines and the loss of life.
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Incorporate best practices to protect the investment you've made in your legacy.
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Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC provides many opportunities for schools near our pipelines to learn about pipeline safety.
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If you live or work near a pipeline, learn how to identify and respond in the unlikely event of a pipeline leak or rupture.
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Encroachment Guidelines
In order to protect public safety, Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC pipelines are covered by written easement agreements.
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