Pipeline Safety

Elkton Gas is committed to maintaining a safe and reliable natural gas pipeline infrastructure that serves the needs of its customers.

We work closely with local/regional emergency response officials in the proximity of our pipeline facilities to ensure a better understanding of the nature of our infrastructure and our emergency preparedness plans.

Elkton Gas has developed a comprehensive Pipeline Integrity Management PlanContact us for more information.

Government and Emergency Response Officials

The National Pipeline Mapping System provides a list of pipeline operators within a specific county or ZIP code, including the appropriate contact information.

The Office of Pipeline Safety has developed the Pipeline Integrity Managment Mapping Application (PIMMA) for use by pipeline operators and federal, state and local government officials. The application contains sensitive pipeline critical infrastructure information. PIMMA is intended to be used solely by the person who is given access by the Office of Pipeline Safety.

Anyone wishing to use PIMMA should contact the Office of Pipeline Safety directly to obtain access. The Office of Pipeline Safety monitors user activity and reserves the right to remove individual access rights.

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811: Call Before You Dig

Call 811 before you dig – it's the law! Click or tap below for further information on utility pipeline markouts and pipeline safety.

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Regulatory Information

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