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Tribal Councils in U.S. and Canada Uniting Against Oil Sands Pipeline

In D.C., pipeline safety organization schools Congress on seven measures still needed to minimize potential hazards

By Elizabeth McGowan

Oct 7, 2010

“One area where PHMSA could go even further in transparency would be a Web-based system that would allow public access to basic inspection information about specific pipelines,” Kessler said in his testimony. “An inspection transparency system would allow the affected public to review when PHMSA and its state partners inspected particular pipelines, what types of inspections were performed, what was found and how any concerns were rectified.” 

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