Pipeline incidents are rare. However, in the unlikely event that an incident does occur, CEPA members are ready to respond quickly. That’s because they implement emergency preparedness plans, have agreements in place to access additional resources and expertise, and use specialized equipment to quickly contain and recover product that may have been released.
Emergency response equipment is one aspect of pipeline operators’ overall emergency management plan to anticipate, prevent, manage and mitigate conditions if there is a pipeline incident.
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