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Records, Reports and Enforcement Actions

Formal Enforcement Actions

Records of Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission formal enforcement actions pertaining to pipeline safety are available online. To locate records for a specific company, go to the Public Document Search, and enter the utility name. You may narrow your search by entering a specific time period and a document type, such as "Complaint." This will produce a list of cases.

Recent Formal Enforcement Actions


Peoples Natural Gas Company LLC

Docket No. C-2009-2027991
Date of Final Order: 02/08/2011
Civil Penalty Amount: $80,000.00

Peoples Natural Gas Company LLC

Docket No. M-2011-2157542
Date of Final Order: 09/07/2011
Civil Penalty Amount: $20,000.00

Inspection Records and Accident Reports

While a small portion of the Gas Safety Division's findings lead to formal enforcement actions, the Gas Safety Division thoroughly investigates all methods and practices of pipeline companies, including reports, records and other information to evaluate compliance with state and federal regulations. The voluntary cooperation of the pipeline company to provide the Gas Safety Division with full and open access to the operator's premises and records is essential to the effective operation of gas safety enforcement inspections. For this reason, inspection records and accident reports where a formal enforcement action has not been initiated are not made public. Aggregated data is available on the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration's website.

Pennsylvania Incidents and Pipeline Mileage

Visit the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) website for details on pipeline incidents.

Visit PHMSA Website

Pipeline Enforcement in Pennsylvania

The Pipeline Safety Division conducts thorough inspections of regulated utilities to confirm that they are in compliance with federal and state regulations. Inspections include design, installation, operation, and maintenance of natural gas pipelines, hazardous liquid pipelines, liquefied petroleum gas pipelines (propane), and liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants.


Under Pennsylvania law, access to information about pipeline locations is limited for pubic safety reasons. To access the portion that is available to the public, visit the federal National Pipeline Mapping System.

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Need More Help?

If you can't find what you're looking for here, please contact the PA Public Utility Commission. Call us at 1-800-692-7380 or contact us online.

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