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  • § 192.1
    What is the scope of this part?
  • § 192.3
    Definitions
  • § 192.5
    Class locations
  • § 192.7
    What documents are incorporated by reference partly or wholly in this part?
  • § 192.8
    How are onshore gathering lines and regulated onshore gathering lines determined?
  • § 192.11
    Petroleum gas systems
  • § 192.13
    What general requirements apply to pipelines regulated under this part?
  • § 192.14
    Conversion to service subject to this part
  • § 192.15
    Rules of regulatory construction
  • § 192.16
    Customer notification
  • § 192.53
    General
  • § 192.55
    Steel pipe
  • § 192.59
    Plastic pipe
  • § 192.63
    Marking of materials
  • § 192.65
    Transportation of pipe
  • § 192.103
    General
  • § 192.105
    Design formula for steel pipe
  • § 192.107
    Yield strength (S) for steel pipe
  • § 192.109
    Nominal wall thickness (t) for steel pipe
  • § 192.111
    Design factor (F) for steel pipe
  • § 192.112
    Additional design requirements for steel pipe using alternative maximum allowable operating pressure
  • § 192.113
    Longitudinal joint factor (E) for steel pipe
  • § 192.121
    Design of plastic pipe
  • § 192.123
    Design limitations for plastic pipe
  • § 192.143
    General requirements
  • § 192.145
    Valves
  • § 192.147
    Flanges and flange accessories
  • § 192.149
    Standard fittings
  • § 192.153
    Components fabricated by welding
  • § 192.161
    Supports and anchors
  • § 192.167
    Compressor stations: Emergency shutdown
  • § 192.175
    Pipe-type and bottle-type holders
  • § 192.177
    Additional provisions for bottle-type holders
  • § 192.179
    Transmission line valves
  • § 192.181
    Distribution line valves
  • § 192.187
    Vaults: Sealing, venting, and ventilation
  • § 192.191
    Design pressure of plastic fittings
  • § 192.195
    Protection against accidental overpressuring
  • § 192.197
    Control of the pressure of gas delivered from high-pressure distribution systems
  • § 192.199
    Requirements for design of pressure relief and limiting devices
  • § 192.201
    Required capacity of pressure relieving and limiting stations
  • § 192.203
    Instrument, control, and sampling pipe and components
  • § 192.221
    Scope
  • § 192.225
    Welding procedures
  • § 192.227
    Qualification of welders and welding operators
  • § 192.229
    Limitations on welders and welding operators
  • § 192.241
    Inspection and test of welds
  • § 192.243
    Nondestructive testing
  • § 192.245
    Repair or removal of defects
  • § 192.271
    Scope
  • § 192.273
    General
  • § 192.281
    Plastic pipe
  • § 192.283
    Plastic pipe: Qualifying joining procedures
  • § 192.285
    Plastic pipe: Qualifying persons to make joints.
  • § 192.301
    Scope
  • § 192.305
    Inspection: General
  • § 192.309
    Repair of steel pipe
  • § 192.311
    Repair of plastic pipe
  • § 192.317
    Protection from hazards
  • § 192.319
    Installation of pipe in a ditch
  • § 192.321
    Installation of plastic pipe
  • § 192.323
    Casing
  • § 192.325
    Underground clearance
  • § 192.327
    Cover
  • § 192.355
    Customer meters and regulators: Protection from damage
  • § 192.357
    Customer meters and regulators: Installation
  • § 192.359
    Customer meter installations: Operating pressure
  • § 192.361
    Service lines: Installation
  • § 192.363
    Service lines: Valve requirements
  • § 192.365
    Service lines: Location of valves
  • § 192.371
    Service lines: Steel
  • § 192.375
    Service lines: Plastic
  • § 192.379
    New service lines not in use
  • § 192.381
    Service lines: Excess flow valve performance standards
  • § 192.383
    Excess flow valve installation
  • § 192.451
    Scope
  • § 192.453
    General
  • § 192.455
    External corrosion control: Buried or submerged pipelines installed after July 31, 1971
  • § 192.457
    External corrosion control: Buried or submerged pipelines installed before August 1, 1971
  • § 192.459
    External corrosion control: Examination of buried pipeline when exposed
  • § 192.461
    External corrosion control: Protective coating
  • § 192.463
    External corrosion control: Cathodic protection
  • § 192.465
    External corrosion control: Monitoring
  • § 192.467
    External corrosion control: Electrical isolation
  • § 192.469
    External corrosion control: Test stations
  • § 192.475
    Internal corrosion control: General
  • § 192.479
    Atmospheric corrosion control: General
  • § 192.481
    Atmospheric corrosion control: Monitoring
  • § 192.485
    Remedial measures: Transmission lines
  • § 192.487
    Remedial measures: Distribution lines other than cast iron or ductile iron lines
  • § 192.491
    Corrosion control records
  • § 192.501
    Scope
  • § 192.503
    General requirements
  • § 192.505
    Strength test requirements for steel pipeline to operate at a hoop stress of 30 percent or more of SMYS
  • § 192.507
    Test requirements for pipelines to operate at a hoop stress less than 30 percent of SMYS and at or above 100 p.s.i. (689 kPa) gage
  • § 192.509
    Test requirements for pipelines to operate below 100 p.s.i. (689 kPa) gage
  • § 192.511
    Test requirements for service lines
  • § 192.513
    Test requirements for plastic pipelines
  • § 192.515
    Environmental protection and safety requirements
  • § 192.517
    Records
  • § 192.551
    Scope
  • § 192.553
    General requirements
  • § 192.555
    Uprating to a pressure that will produce a hoop stress of 30 percent or more of SMYS in steel pipelines
  • § 192.557
    Uprating: Steel pipelines to a pressure that will produce a hoop stress less than 30 percent of SMYS: plastic, cast iron, and ductile iron pipelines
  • § 192.603
    General provisions
  • § 192.605
    Procedural manual for operations, maintenance, and emergencies
  • § 192.609
    Change in class location: Required study
  • § 192.611
    Change in class location: Confirmation or revision of maximum allowable operating pressure
  • § 192.612
    Underwater inspection and reburial of pipelines in the Gulf of Mexico and its inlets
  • § 192.613
    Continuing surveillance
  • § 192.614
    Damage prevention program
  • § 192.615
    Emergency plans
  • § 192.616
    Public awareness
  • § 192.617
    Investigation of failures
  • § 192.619
    Maximum allowable operating pressure: Steel or plastic pipelines
  • § 192.620
    Alternative maximum allowable operating pressure for certain steel pipelines
  • § 192.621
    Maximum allowable operating pressure: High-pressure distribution systems
  • § 192.623
    Maximum and minimum allowable operating pressure; Low-pressure distribution systems
  • § 192.625
    Odorization of gas
  • § 192.631
    Control room management
  • § 192.701
    Scope
  • § 192.703
    General
  • § 192.705
    Transmission lines: Patrolling
  • § 192.706
    Transmission lines: Leakage surveys
  • § 192.707
    Line markers for mains and transmission lines
  • § 192.709
    Transmission lines: Record keeping
  • § 192.713
    Transmission lines: Permanent field repair of imperfections and damages
  • § 192.715
    Transmission lines: Permanent field repair of welds
  • § 192.717
    Transmission lines: Permanent field repair of leaks
  • § 192.719
    Transmission lines: Testing of repairs
  • § 192.721
    Distribution systems: Patrolling
  • § 192.723
    Distribution systems: Leakage surveys
  • § 192.725
    Test requirements for reinstating service lines
  • § 192.727
    Abandonment or deactivation of facilities
  • § 192.731
    Compressor stations: Inspection and testing of relief devices
  • § 192.735
    Compressor stations: Storage of combustible materials
  • § 192.739
    Pressure limiting and regulating stations: Inspection and testing
  • § 192.741
    Pressure limiting and regulating stations: Telemetering or recording gauges
  • § 192.743
    Pressure limiting and regulating stations: Capacity of relief devices
  • § 192.747
    Valve maintenance: Distribution systems
  • § 192.753
    Caulked bell and spigot joints
  • § 192.755
    Protecting cast-iron pipelines
  • § 192.801
    Scope
  • § 192.807
    Recordkeeping
  • § 192.903
    What definitions apply to this subpart?
  • § 192.939
    What are the required reassessment intervals?

Part 192

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Ref ID Date Company Name Individual Name Response Document
PI-15-0002 04-02-2015 Wacker Polysilicon North America Mr. Jeremy Copeland View
PI-11-0009 06-10-2014 State of Maine Public Utilities Commission Mr. Gary A. Kenny View
PI-10-0024 07-12-2011 XTO Energy, Inc. Ms. Alice Ratcliffe View
PI-10-0004 09-17-2010 South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff Mr. Vernon Gainey View
PI-09-0009 06-24-2009 Marathon Pipe Line L.L.C. Mr. Richard A. Abraham View

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