NAPSR

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NAPSRNational Association of Pipeline Safety Representatives
NAPSRNational Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives
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Some important initiatives identified by NAPSR require pipeline operators to report outages affecting a specific number of customers, outages of a specific duration, or complaints of gas delivery pressure issues.
NAPSR has formed up to 50 committees and task groups to tackle tough issues facing regulators and the industry.
In addition, PHMSA noted NAPSR's ongoing objection to contractor personnel being involved in inspection of the work of their crews.
That view gets some support from NAPSR's Allen, who feels that PHMSA should allow pressure testing in lieu of ILL "Pressure testing may be more economical for operators with legacy piping with no material records or operating and maintenance records," says Allen.
Hans Mertens, administrative manager at NAPSR, says exemption language is important.
The NAPSR wants PHMSA to require all transmission pipelines, new and current, to follow the same stringent safety requirements.
Cast iron main data was obtained from PHMSA database and NAPSR survey.
Paul Metro, gas safety supervisor, Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission and secretary of the National Association of Pipeline Safety Representatives (NAPSR) told the subcommittee that a reauthorization of the pipeline safety law should include a change to the 2006 "averaging" requirement so that the three-year comparison was based on fiscal 2004-2006.
PHMSA assembled a select group of representatives from NAPSR, PHMSA, AGA, INGAA, NACE and two representatives from contract vendors.
PHMSA assembled a select group of representatives from NAPSR, PHMSA, AGA, 1NGAA, NACE and two representatives from contract vendors.
12-13 that 120 people attended, including PHMSA officials and representatives of the National Association of Pipeline Safety Representatives (NAPSR).
Fortunately, federal regulators and other stakeholders, such as the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), National Association of Pipeline Safety Representatives (NAPSR) and citizen safety groups, seem equally dedicated to a distribution integrity initiative that is careful, painstakingly thorough and based on accurate facts and statistics.