Once Natural Gas pipeline projects become operational, safety is regulated, monitored, and enforced by the Department of Transportation. To report safety problems on pipelines, please visit the Department of Transportation's Office of Pipeline Safety.
Much of the information regarding Safety & Inspections of Natural Gas Pipelines is classified as Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (CEII).
Coordinating Agencies and Reconstruction Rule Contacts
Docket Nos. RM03-4-000 and AD02-14-000; Order No. 633
Recognizing that recovery from a gas emergency will call for actions and authorizations by entities other than the FERC, we are providing the following list of contacts to facilitate communication with relevant authorities that will need to be involved in responding to an emergency.
Appropriate contacts for the Interagency Agreement for Improved Coordination for Environmental Reviews for Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines and for implementation of the FERC's NEPA Pre-Filing Process, can also be found through these websites.
|Advisory Council on Historic Preservation||Staff List|
|Army Corps of Engineers||Regulatory District Offices|
|Bureau of Indian Affairs||Bureau Regional Contacts|
|Bureau of Land Management||Lands, Realty & Cadastral Land Survey
Lands and Realty: Rights of Way
|Bureau of Reclamation||Reclamation Offices Addresses and Contacts|
|Department of Transportation||Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration -Offices|
|Environmental Protection Agency||NEPA Regional Coordinators and Agency Contacts|
|Fish and Wildlife Service||Office Directory by State|
|National Forest Service||Regional Home Pages/Public Affairs Offices|
|NOAA Fisheries||Regional Offices|
|National Park Service||Regional Offices|