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lane miller phmsa training and qualification
Lane MillerPHMSATraining and Qualification
  • Phone –

(405) 686-2345

  • Email – lane.miller@dot.gov
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FRA

NTSB

FAA

RITA

FHWA

PHMSA

FTA

NHTSA

DOT

HMT

OPS

rulemaking process
Rulemaking Process
  • ANPRM – Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
    • Used to gather information (non-mandatory)
  • NPRM – Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
    • Almost always required – Defines intent and scope
  • SNPRM – Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
  • FR – Final Rule
  • DFR – Direct Final Rule
    • Used for non-controversial issues
part 191

Part 191

REPORTING of:

Incidents

Safety Related Conditions

Annual Pipeline Summary Data

incident
Incident

Incident means any of the following events:

(1) An event that involves a release of gas from a pipeline, or of liquefied natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, refrigerant gas, or gas from an LNG facility, and that results in one of the following consequences:

incident cont
Incident (cont)

…results in one of the following consequences:

(i) A death, or personal injury

necessitating in-patient hospitalization;

(ii) Estimated property damage of

$50,000 or more, including loss to the

operator and others, or both;

incident cont1
Incident (cont)

…results in one of the following consequences:

(iii) Unintentional estimated gas loss of 3 MMCF or more;

incident1
Incident

Emergency Shutdown of an LNG Facility

incident2
Incident

Judgment of the Operator

Media?

Outages - # customers?

Road closures?

telephonic notice
Telephonic Notice

1-800-424-8802

National Response Center

Earliest Practicable "Moment"

incident reports
Incident Reports

Due 30 days after DETECTION of Incident

May Require Additional Reports

annual reports
Annual Reports

Due on March 15

How much Pipe

Number of Leaks

Type of Leaks

What type Pipe

additional terms
Additional Terms

Pipeline A

  • Interstate
  • Intrastate

Pipeline B

regulation construction
Regulation Construction
  • Part
  • Subpart
  • Section
  • Paragraph
  • Subparagraph
part 1921

Part 192

This Part prescribes requirements for the Transportation of Natural Gas and other gases by Pipeline

subpart a general
Subpart A - General
  • Scope
  • Definitions
  • Class Location
  • Incorporation by Reference
  • Outer Continental Shelf
  • Petroleum Gas Systems
subpart a cont
Subpart A - Cont.
  • General
  • Conversion
  • Rules of Regulatory Construction
  • Customer Notification
192 1 scope

§192.1 Scope

The limitations of Part 192

this part does not apply
This Part does not Apply
  • Offshore Gathering of Gas
    • Upstream from the Outlet Flange
    • Each Facility
    • Outer Continental Shelf
  • Where hydrocarbons are: Produced or First Separated, Dehydrated, or otherwise Processed
this part does not apply to
This Part does not apply to:
  • (4) Onshore gathering of gas—
    • (i) Through a pipeline that operates at less than 0 psig (0 kPa);
    • (ii) Through a pipeline that is not a regulated onshore gathering line (as determined in §192.8); and
    • (iii) Within inlets of the Gulf of Mexico, except for the requirements in § 192.612; or
this part does not apply1
This Part does not apply:
  • Fewer than 10 customers and
    • not located in a public place, or
  • Single Customer
    • located entirely on premises
  • Propane or Propane/Air Systems:
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Gas

Natural Gas, Flammable Gas, or Gas which is Toxic or Corrosive.

transportation of gas
Transportation of Gas

The gathering, transmission, or distribution of gas by pipeline, or the storage of gas in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce.

operator
Operator

A person who engages in the transportation of gas.

gathering line
Gathering Line

A pipeline that transports gas from a current production facility to a transmission line or main.

transmission line
Transmission Line
  • Transports gas from a gathering line or a storage facility to a distribution center, storage facility, or Large Volume Customer that is not downstream from a distribution center;
  • Operates at a hoop stress of 20% or more of SMYS; or
  • Within a storage field
transmission line1
Transmission Line

(2) Operates at a hoop stress of 20 percent or more of SMYS; or

§192.105 P=2st/D(F)(E)(T)

P = (2st/D) (20%)

Grade B, 6”, .250wt

P=((2)(35,000)(.250)/6.625))(.20) = 528#

transmission line2
Transmission Line

(3) Transports gas within a storage field.

Storage Field

transmission line3
Transmission Line

(1) Transports gas from a gathering line or storage facility to a distribution center, storage facility, or large volume customer that is not downstream from a distribution center;

Gathering Line

Transmission Line

Distribution Center

Transmission Line

Power Plant

Transmission Line

Storage Field

transmission line4
Transmission Line

(1) Transports gas from a gathering line or storage facility to a distribution center, storage facility, or large volume customer that is not downstream from a distribution center;

Transmission Line

Storage Field

Distribution Center

Transmission Line

Power Plant

Transmission Line

Storage Field

transmission line5
Transmission Line

(1) Transports gas from a gathering line or storage facility to a distribution center, storage facility, or large volume customer that is not downstream from a distribution center;

Storage

Transmission Line

Transmission Line

Distribution Center

Transmission Line

Power Plant

Transmission Line

Storage Field

large volume customer
Large Volume Customer
  • May receive similar volumes of gas as a distribution center, and includes factories, power plants, and institutional users of gas.
distribution line
Distribution Line

A Pipeline other than a Gathering Line or Transmission Line

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Main

A Distribution Line that serves as a Common Source of supply for more than one Service Line

service line
Service Line

A Distribution Line that Transports Gas from a Common Source of Supply to:

  • an individual customer, to two adjacent or adjoining residential or small commercial customers, or to multiple residential or small commercial customers served through a meter header or manifold. A service line ends at the outlet of the customer meter or at the connection to a customer's piping, whichever is further downstream, or at the connection to customer piping if there is no meter.
service regulator
Service Regulator
  • means the device on a service line that controls the pressure of gas delivered from a higher pressure to the pressure provided to the customer. A service regulator may serve one customer or multiple customers through a meter header or manifold.
high pressure distribution system
High Pressure Distribution System

A Distribution system in which gas pressure in the main is higher than the pressure provided to the customer.

low pressure distribution
Low Pressure Distribution

Pressure in the main is essentially the same as that delivered to the customer.

maximum allowable operating pressure maop
Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure (MAOP)

The maximum pressure at which a pipeline or segment of pipeline may be operated under this Part.

listed specification

Code

Compliance

Listed Specification

A specification listed in Section I of Appendix B of this Part (Qualification of Pipe)

192.7 – Incorporated By Reference (IBR)

master meter 191 3
Master Meter - §191.3
  • A pipeline system for distributing gas within, but not limited to, a definable area such as:
    • Mobile Home Park
    • Housing Project
    • Apartment Complex
  • Supplies the "Ultimate Consumer"Where the Operator Purchases Metered Gas from an Outside Source for Resale
person
Person

Any individual, firm, joint venture, partnership, corporation, association, State, municipality, cooperative assoc., or joint stock assoc., and includes trustee, receiver, assignee, or personal representative thereof.

class location definition 192 5
Class Location Definition§192.5

The class location unit is an onshore area that extends 220 yards on either side of the centerline of any continuous

1-mile length of pipeline.

The class location is determined by the buildings in the class location unit. For the purposes of this section, each separate dwelling unit in a multiple dwelling building is counted as a separate building intended for human occupancy.

class location unit
Class Location Unit
  • A Class 1 = 10 or less buildings intended for human occupancy or an offshore area.
  • A Class 2 = Greater that 10 but less than 46 buildings intended for human occupancy.
  • A Class 3 = 46 or more buildings intended for human occupancy; or
class location unit1
Class Location Unit

Class 3 - where the pipeline lies within 100 yards of either a building or a small,

  • Well-defined Outside Area
    • Playground
    • Recreation Area
    • Outdoor Theater
  • Occupied by 20 or more persons on at least 5 days a week for 10 weeks in any 12-month period
class location unit2
Class Location Unit

Class 4 - where buildingswith four or more stories aboveground are prevalent.

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Class Location Determination

1 mile

46

9

Class 1

220 yards

M.P. 0

M.P. 1

M.P. 2

M.P. 3

M.P. = Mile Post

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Continuous Sliding Mile

Class 2

Class 1

46

9

Class 1

Class 2

M.P. 0

M.P. 1

M.P. 2

M.P. 3

slide83

Class 2

Class 3

Class 1

Continuous Sliding Mile

46

9

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

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Class 2

Class 3

Class 1

Continuous Sliding Mile

46

9

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 3

slide85

Class 2

Class 2

Class 3

Class 1

Continuous Sliding Mile

46

9

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 3

Class 2

slide86

Class 2

Class 2

Class 3

Class 1

Continuous Sliding Mile

46

9

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 3

Class 2

Class 2

slide87

Class 2

Class 3

Class 2

Class 1

Continuous Sliding Mile

46

9

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 3

Class 2

Class 2

Class 2

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Class 2

Class 3

Class 2

Class 1

Continuous Sliding Mile

Class 1

46

9

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 3

Class 2

Class 2

Class 2

Class 1

slide89

Class Location Determination

46

9

Class 1

M.P. 0

M.P. 1

M.P. 2

M.P. 3

slide90

Class Location Determination

46

9

Class 1

Class 3

M.P. 0

M.P. 1

M.P. 2

M.P. 3

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Class Location Determination

46

9

Class 1

Class 3

Class 1

M.P. 0

M.P. 1

M.P. 2

M.P. 3

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Class 2

Class 3

Class 2

Class 1

Class 1

Continuous Sliding Mile

46

9

Class 1

Class 3

Class 1

End-to-End Mile

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220 yards

220 yards

220 yards

220 yards

Class 3 (Established by Sliding Mile)

Clustering

46

9

Class 1

Class 3

Class 3

Class 1

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220 yards

220 yards

220 yards

220 yards

Class 3 (Established by Sliding Mile)

Incorrect Clustering Application

44

Class 1

Class 1

Class 2

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Perpendicular Method

Clustering Limits

220 yards

220 yards

Reduced Class Location Length

slide98

Arc Method

Clustering Limits

220 yards

220 yards

Reduced Class Location Length

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School with Playground

Class 3 – Small Well Defined Area

100 yards

100 yards

Class 3 Location

192 13 general
§192.13 General
  • Retroactive Subparts
  • Effective Dates
  • O&M Plans - Develop and Follow
other subparts
Other Subparts
  • “B” - Materials (design)
  • “C” – Pipe Design (design)
  • “D” – Design of Pipeline Components (design)
  • “E” - Welding of Steel in Pipelines (install, construct)
  • “F” – Joining of Materials Other Than by Welding (install, construct)
other subparts1
Other Subparts
  • “G” – General Construction for Transmission Lines and Mains (install)
  • “H” – Customer Meters, Service Regulators, and Service Lines (install)
  • “I” – Requirements for Corrosion Control (?)
  • “J” – Test Requirements (test)
other subparts2
Other Subparts
  • “K” – Uprating(?)
  • “L” – Operations (?)
  • “M” – Maintenance (?)
  • “N” – Qualification of Pipeline Personnel (?)
  • “O” – Pipeline Integrity Management (?)
  • “P” -- Integrity Management Program for Gas Distribution Pipelines (?)
192 15 rules of regulatory construction
§192.15 Rules of Regulatory Construction

Includes

May

May Not

Shall

Singular - Plural

Masculine - Feminine