Transportation of Hazardous Liquids by Pipeline: Record keeping and Accident Reporting

ICR 202201-2137-003

OMB: 2137-0047

Federal Form Document

Forms and Documents
Document
Name
Status
Form and Instruction
Unchanged
Supporting Statement A
2022-01-07
ICR Details
2137-0047 202201-2137-003
Received in OIRA 202012-2137-001
DOT/PHMSA 2137-0047 USA IFR
Transportation of Hazardous Liquids by Pipeline: Record keeping and Accident Reporting
Revision of a currently approved collection   No
Regular 01/11/2022
  Requested Previously Approved
36 Months From Approved 03/31/2024
1,646 1,644
53,777 53,504
0 0

To ensure adequate public protection from exposure to potential hazardous liquid pipeline failures, PHMSA collects information on reportable hazardous liquid pipeline accidents. This mandatory information collection covers hazardous liquid pipeline accident report requirements in § 195.50 and general record keeping burden associated with complying with Federal hazardous liquid pipeline safety regulations in part 195. The definition of an “accident” and the reporting criteria for submitting a Hazardous Liquid Accident Report (form PHMSA F7000-1) is detailed in § 195.54. 49 CFR 195.54 requires hazardous liquid operators to file an accident report, as soon as practicable, but not later than 30 days after discovery of the accident, on DOT Form 7000-1 whenever there is a reportable accident the characteristics of an operator’s pipeline system.

US Code: 49 USC 60102 Name of Law: Federal Pipeline Safety Laws
  
None

2137-AF31 Final or interim final rulemaking 86 FR 73173 12/27/2021

  86 FR 73173 12/27/2021
86 FR 73173 12/27/2021
No

  Total Request Previously Approved Change Due to New Statute Change Due to Agency Discretion Change Due to Adjustment in Estimate Change Due to Potential Violation of the PRA
Annual Number of Responses 1,646 1,644 0 2 0 0
Annual Time Burden (Hours) 53,777 53,504 0 273 0 0
Annual Cost Burden (Dollars) 0 0 0 0 0 0
Yes
Changing Regulations
No
The Pipeline Safety: Unusually Sensitive Areas for the Great Lakes, Coastal Beaches, and Certain Coastal Waters IFR amended the pipeline safety regulations to explicitly state that certain coastal waters, the Great Lakes, and coastal beaches are classified as unusually sensitive areas (USAs) for the purpose of compliance with pipeline safety regulations. PHMSA estimates that the new USA definitions in the IFR will require 2 operators of rural gathering pipelines that become regulated under Part 195.11 to establish record keeping programs to comply with part 195 requirements applicable to regulated rural gathering pipelines. This change results in an average annual burden increase of 2 responses and 272.62 hours (rounded up to 273 hours) per year for the record keeping component of this information collection.

$61,325
No
    No
    No
No
No
No
No
Angela Dow 202 366-1246 [email protected]

  No

On behalf of this Federal agency, I certify that the collection of information encompassed by this request complies with 5 CFR 1320.9 and the related provisions of 5 CFR 1320.8(b)(3).
The following is a summary of the topics, regarding the proposed collection of information, that the certification covers:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    (i) Why the information is being collected;
    (ii) Use of information;
    (iii) Burden estimate;
    (iv) Nature of response (voluntary, required for a benefit, or mandatory);
    (v) Nature and extent of confidentiality; and
    (vi) Need to display currently valid OMB control number;
 
 
 
If you are unable to certify compliance with any of these provisions, identify the item by leaving the box unchecked and explain the reason in the Supporting Statement.
01/11/2022


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