PIPELINE REGULATORY SERVICES

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Your compliance plan needs to be in place by December of this year for Phase 1 of the Gas Mega Rule.

Do you know where your Pipeline Material Verification gaps are?
Are you currently capturing historical records?

SSP Will Help You Implement And Achieve Your Plan Now And Into The Future.

Your compliance plan needs to be in place by December of this year for Phase 1 of the Gas Mega Rule.

Do you know where your Pipeline Material Verification gaps are?
Are you currently capturing historical records?

SSP Will Help You Implement And Achieve Your Plan Now And Into The Future.

Your compliance plan needs to be in place by December of this year for Phase 1 of the Gas Mega Rule.

Do you know where your Pipeline Material Verification gaps are?
Are you currently capturing historical records?

SSP Will Help You Implement And Achieve Your Plan Now And Into The Future.</strong

PHMSA’s GAS Mega Rule mandates traceable, verifiable, and complete records for your transmission steel assets inclusive of all material properties & attributes. Phase 1 compliance requires gas operators to identify documentation gaps to support T.V.C. records and subsequent MAOP validation.  December will be here before you know it; are you ready to hit the ground running?

SSP’s pipeline team has worked with 40+ transmission pipeline operators to assist in the creation of your most complete GIS. We have the depth of experience you need to create and maintain a comprehensive system of record to achieve Mega Rule compliance, identify material verification gaps, drive subsequent field inspection workflows and support your day-to-day operations and compliance going forward.

Our expert, onshore services include: 

Scan & Index Documents

Gap Analysis & Prioritization

Update Data into GIS Database

Regulatory Calculations | Verify MAOP/MOP

System of Record | Engagement with Your GIS

Moving Beyond Initial Compliance

Creating a comprehensive system of record is a massive effort, and without the right repositories, databases, or management tools, the data can become stale.  The new regulations require operators to manage an asset for its entire lifecycle while retaining historical references and documents.  We have to start with what is known today, before assessing further verification for tomorrow’s complete system of record.

If your organization is well on its way to satisfy the new rules, SSP can help beyond just the document and data management.  Let’s innovate with improved GIS technology and processes for capital design/ordering, field data collection, and asset lifecycle management.