Pipeline Integrity Management Program

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Pipeline Integrity Management Program

Dominion has always placed a high priority on safety and compliance. Dominion embraces the goals of improving pipeline safety and raising the public confidence with pipelines in your neighborhood as it continues to ensure safe operations of its infrastructure.

Dominion has implemented Integrity Management Programs for its natural gas transmission and hazardous liquids pipelines to ensure the safety of its pipelines located in High Consequence Areas (HCAs) that satisfy the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 49-Part 192, Subpart O (Gas Transmission Pipeline Integrity Management) and CFR Title 49-Part 194.452 Pipeline Integrity Management in HCAs for Hazardous Liquids Pipelines.

This page also contains several useful resources, such as natural gas and liquids fact sheets, safety measures to take in case of a natural gas or liquids emergency, call-before-you-dig information, and right-of-way information.

Existing Pipeline Replacement Notice

Visit our Power Siting Board Filings page to view a Letter of Notification for the TPL 2 ILI (2015) Project - Case No. 14-2216-GA-BLN - City of Barberton, Summit County and Jackson Township, Stark County, Ohio - Submitted by Dominion East Ohio Gas Company - Dec. 17, 2014

Pipeline Emergency Information

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Dig With CareBe Safe, Call First

Accidentally digging into utility lines is extremely dangerous and can result in serious injury or death. Such accidents also endanger others and can disrupt essential utility services that people rely on every day.

Be safe -- protect yourself and those around you by calling 811 and avoid causing an accident.

  • Call First – Underground power lines, communication cables, gas lines, water lines or other utilities may lie at various depths below the surface of your property or areas of planned excavation. It is important to be safe before excavating by alerting the appropriate state notification center and allowing time for the area utility companies to mark the location of their underground facilities.
  • Respect Marks –It also is important to respect the marks indicating the presence of underground utilities. Excavation should be carefully performed only after confirming that all utilities have marked the location of their facilities. Remember that locating underground utility lines is not an exact science and location marks have varying bands of required accuracy, depending on a particular state's requirements. These can range from 18 to 24 inches from the actual facility.
  • One-Call System – In addition to the national One-Call number 811, all states provide a One-Call communication system that provides one telephone number for excavation contractors and the general public. Please: Always call when you intend to excavate, blast or do any tunneling work.