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  • § 195.1
    Which pipelines are covered by this Part?
  • § 195.2
    Definitions
  • § 195.3
    What documents are incorporated by reference partly or wholly in this part?
  • § 195.4
    Compatibility necessary for transportation of hazardous liquids or carbon dioxide
  • § 195.5
    Conversion to service subject to this part
  • § 195.6
    Unusually Sensitive Areas (USAs)
  • § 195.8
    Transportation of hazardous liquid or carbon dioxide in pipelines constructed with other than steel pipe
  • § 195.12
    What requirements apply to low-stress pipelines in rural areas?
  • § 195.50
    Reporting accidents
  • § 195.54
    Accident reports
  • § 195.59
    Abandonment or deactivation of facilities
  • § 195.102
    Design temperature
  • § 195.106
    Internal design pressure
  • § 195.110
    External loads
  • § 195.112
    New pipe
  • § 195.116
    Valves
  • § 195.120
    Passage of In-Line Inspection tools
  • § 195.124
    Closures
  • § 195.200
    Scope
  • § 195.204
    Inspection-general
  • § 195.208
    Welding of supports and braces
  • § 195.210
    Pipelines location
  • § 195.212
    Bending of pipe
  • § 195.214
    Welding procedures
  • § 195.228
    Welds and welding inspection: Standards of acceptability
  • § 195.246
    Installation of pipe in a ditch
  • § 195.248
    Cover over buried pipeline
  • § 195.260
    Valves: Location
  • § 195.262
    Pumping equipment
  • § 195.300
    Scope
  • § 195.302
    General requirements
  • § 195.304
    Test pressure
  • § 195.306
    Test medium
  • § 195.308
    Testing of tie-ins
  • § 195.310
    Records
  • § 195.401
    General requirements
  • § 195.402
    Procedural manual for operations, maintenance, and emergencies
  • § 195.404
    Maps and records
  • § 195.406
    Maximum operating pressure
  • § 195.410
    Line markers
  • § 195.412
    Inspection of rights-of-way and crossings under navigable waters
  • § 195.413
    Underwater inspection and reburial of pipelines in the Gulf of Mexico and its inlets
  • § 195.422
    Pipeline repairs
  • § 195.424
    Pipe movement
  • § 195.426
    Scraper and sphere facilities
  • § 195.432
    Inspection of in-service breakout tanks
  • § 195.436
    Security of facilities
  • § 195.442
    Damage prevention program
  • § 195.446
    Control room management
  • § 195.507
    Recordkeeping
  • § 195.567
    Which pipelines must have test leads and what must I do to install and maintain the leads?
  • § 195.585
    What must I do to correct corroded pipe?

Part 195

Section § 195.1: Which pipelines are covered by this Part?

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Ref ID Date Company Name Individual Name Response Document
PI-15-0005 09-28-2015 Bangor International Airport Mr. Anthony P. Caruso View
PI-15-0003 09-28-2015 Caelus Energy Alaska LLC Mr. J. Patrick Foleyr View
PI-14-0015 05-06-2015 Legacy Reserves Operating LP Mr. Scott Bliss View
PI-15-0002 04-02-2015 Wacker Polysilicon North America Mr. Jeremy Copeland View
PI-14-0022 03-11-2015 Caelus Energy Alaska LLC Mr. J Patrick Foley View

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