OPS close to approval of first demonstration project

Barlas, Stephen
March 1998
Underground Construction;Mar1998, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that the Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS) is set to allow Shell Pipe Line Corp. (SPLC) to increase the operating pressure on the first 25 miles of a carbon dioxide pipeline system. OPS' plan of including 12 pipeline companies in the program; SPLC's agreement to enhance safety programs on the two pipeline segments.


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