Pipeline and Pipeline Facility Safety Information:
Are you aware of actions you can take that will keep your community safe?
Ensure the safety of your community by familiarizing yourself with the location of pipelines and pipeline facilities, and knowing how to identify, respond to and prevent a pipeline leak or rupture.

Kinder Morgan is prepared to respond to and manage any disruptions that may occur. However, a pipeline incident can be dangerous and requires caution and immediate action. In emergency situations, our priorities are the same as yours— protect life, property and the environment. We rely on you, local government and safety officials, to notify us if you observe potential right-of-way restriction violations or potential damage to our facilities, which could endanger public safety. Excavation activity, including highway maintenance and other municipality-sponsored projects, is the most common cause of serious pipeline damage. Calling 811 at least two or three working days before starting any excavation projects prevents accidents and injury. 

We actively promote the use of the “Pipeline Emergencies Training Program" developed by the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM) and the Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA). Additional materials and helpful resources are linked below.