Keeping in touch with our neighbors is very important to us. That’s why we contact communities, landowners, emergency responders, and other groups near our pipelines and facilities on an ongoing basis.
By staying aware, following safety precautions while working near pipelines, and bringing up concerns or issues, you can help prevent incidents and minimize their impacts.
As a farmer, rancher, landowner or tenant, you make an important contribution to the team--by digging safely, knowing where pipelines are located near you, and knowing how to recognize a potential leak.
Get in touch with our land representatives, and Public Awareness program contacts, in both the U.S. and Canada.
A right-of-way (ROW) is a strip of land usually between 60 feet (18 metres) and 120 feet (36 metres) wide, containing one or more pipelines.