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

OMB 2137-0047

OMB 2137-0047

This information collection covers the collection of information from owners and operators of hazardous liquid pipelines. To ensure adequate public protection from exposure to potential hazardous liquid pipeline failures, PHMSA collects information on reportable hazardous liquid pipeline accidents. 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. The Pipeline Safety: Safety of On-Shore Hazardous Liquid Pipelines final rule requires operators of both gravity lines and gathering lines to be subject to these accident reporting requirements. This information collection request is to revise the collections of information required by PHMSA regulations pertaining to Hazardous Liquid operators. 49 CFR 195.52 (c) requires operators to have a written procedure to calculate and provide reasonable initial estimate of the amount of released product whenever there is a reportable accident as described in 49 CFR 195.50. 49 CFR 195.54 requires 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 as described in 49 CFR 195.50. 49 CFR 195.444 requires operators of Hazardous Liquid pipelines to comply with API RP 1130 which was incorporated by reference into the Pipeline Safety Regulations in 49 CFR 195.3. This standard requires recordkeeping activities pertaining to computational pipeline monitoring (CPM) leak detection systems. 49 CFR 195.505, 195.507, and 195.509 require Hazardous Liquid pipeline operators to have written documentation of various operator qualification requirements. The records must be kept, maintained, and available for review by the Administrator of PHMSA or by a state agency participating under 49 U.S.C. Chapter 601 if the program is under the authority of that state agency. 49 CFR 195.65 requires all owners and operators of hazardous liquid pipeline facilities, following accidents that result in hazardous liquid spills, to provide safety data sheets on those spilled hazardous liquids to the designated Federal On-Scene Coordinator and appropriate State and local emergency responders within 6 hours of a telephonic or electronic notice of the accident to the National Response Center. This results in an additional burden on operators for making the required notifications. This information collection is being revised to account for the additional burden that will be incurred because of these new provisions.

The latest form for Transportation of Hazardous Liquids by Pipeline: Record keeping and Accident Reporting expires 2023-01-31 and can be found here.

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Revision of a currently approved collection 2022-01-11
Revision of a currently approved collection 2020-12-28
Comment filed on proposed rule and continue
Revision of a currently approved collection 2020-04-22
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2019-11-27
Approved without change
No material or nonsubstantive change to a currently approved collection 2018-06-29
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 2017-06-28
Improperly submitted and continue
Revision of a currently approved collection 2016-12-28
Comment filed on proposed rule and continue
Revision of a currently approved collection 2016-08-17
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2015-07-30
Approved with change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2014-01-29
Approved with change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2012-10-16
Approved with change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2010-08-16
Approved with change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2009-07-31
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 2008-09-30
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 2005-07-27
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2002-01-04
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 2001-01-22
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 1998-06-19
Approved without change
Reinstatement without change of a previously approved collection 1995-08-08
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1994-01-10
Withdrawn and continue
Revision of a currently approved collection 1993-12-17
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1992-04-15
Approved without change
Reinstatement with change of a previously approved collection 1991-03-12
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1984-11-26
Approved without change
Reinstatement with change of a previously approved collection 1984-09-21
Approved without change
New collection (Request for a new OMB Control Number) 1981-11-25
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