2021 Pipeline Safety Conference
Save the Date for the 2022 Conference
The Pipeline Safety Conference will be held on Wednesday, September 7 and Thursday, September 8 2022. Mark your calendars now!
This year in response to COVID-19, the Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement will once again hold their annual Pipeline Safety Conference virtually this year through Microsoft Teams on Thursday, September 9 for Pipeline Safety at 8:30 a.m.
Link for Virtual Conference
Conference Link - Link for the 2021 Pipeline Safety Conference Attendees. You will be able to see and hear the presentations without the ability to speak. Questions will be handled through written Q&A format and will be answered after the conference with responses available on this page.
Agenda - The Agenda for the 2021 Pipeline Safety Conference, held on September 9.
Professional Development Hours
Questions & Answers
Q & A - List of questions that attendees submitted during the Conference and the answers from the Pipeline Safety Division.
Virtual Vendor Room
Visit the Virtual Vendor Room to meet the vendors of the Pipeline and Electric Safety Conferences.
Advisory Bulletins, NTSB Reports, PIPES ACT of 202 and Other General Updates - Rob Horensky, PA PUC
Act 50 - What is an AVR and How Can It Benefit Me? - Sara Locke, PA PUC
Gas Pipeline Regulatory Reform - Sunil Patel and Melissa McFeaters, PA PUC
One Call and the Damage Prevention Committee - Where We Are Headed - Terri Cooper-Smith, PA PUC
2020 NC's Incidents and Investigations - Bob Biggard and Mike Chilek, PA PUC
Implementation Update - 2019 Gas Transmission Regulation - Chris Hoidal, PHMSA
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- Statistics and Trends
- Jurisdictional Pipeline Operators
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