Ensuring Safe and Compliant Pipeline Operations

As the public and pipelines continue to encroach on each other, operators need an effective solution to ensure safe operations and adhere to regulatory standards.  Our midstream solutions enable users to conduct a comprehensive review of their organization’s adherence to best practice safety measures, efficiently and accurately determine Class Location, as well as identify high consequence areas (HCA).

Whitepaper: Preparing For PHMSA’s Mega Rule For Gas Transmission Pipelines

On October 1, 2019, PHMSA finalized a rule for gas transmission pipelines which has been in development for over eight years. This highly anticipated rule, referred to by many as the “Gas Mega Rule,” is considered to be the most significant change to the existing gas pipeline regulations since 1970.

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Software Solutions

Programmatic and database-driven, IRAS ComplianceAuditor processes and integrates pipeline system data. It checks for data gaps, overlaps and out-of-range data values. Using a data management quality control review process, data is checked for completeness and accuracy and discrepancy reports are available to identify outstanding data issues. Users can also perform comparative analytics for year-to-year review and change management and have the ability to export these detailed reports for further review and integration with corporate GIS.

Software applications: DataExchange, ComplianceAuditor

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Consulting Services

Our 100+ person team includes Canadian and US Compliance and Risk Management Specialists, Integrity Assessment Engineers, Field Services Professionals, Data Scientists and Analysts who will help you meet any challenges throughout the audit process.

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Why Pipeline Regulatory Compliance Important

Driven by a growing global energy demand, the rise in expectations placed on the energy sector from industry regulators, the investment community and public, has created a higher awareness and sharper focus on corporate responsibility and environmental care. Stakeholders across the pipeline asset value chain have embraced this shift and aligned their business models to prioritize the development and refinement of their current sustainability programs in support of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations.

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