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HOW TO IDENTFY A PIPELINE

Since most pipelines are buried underground, markers are used to indicate the approximate location of pipelines at regular intervals along the pipeline right-of-way.

The markers contain the name of the pipeline operator and emergency contact information.

Markers do not indicate the exact location or depth of the pipeline.

Pipelines may not always follow a straight line between markers.

Identify a Pipeline


WARNING: PENALTIES FOR DEFACING OR REMOVING A PIPELINE MARKER

Damage or removal of pipeline signs is a federal offense subject to a fine up to $5,000 and/or up to one year in prison.

To find out if a pipeline is located near you, you can visit the National Pipeline Mapping System.

If you plan to do any project near a pipeline or would like to know if a pipeline is located in your area, call 811 or your local State One-Call Center.