Safety is a top priority for our members, who strive everyday to conduct their business in accordance with integrity, honest communication, fair right-of-way acquisition, respectful construction and safe operations.
A big part of their success is their employees, who are fully committed to these principles.
These professionals operate across the state of Texas in a wide variety of positions to build, maintain and safeguard the pipelines that reliably transport essential consumer-driven products to market and contribute to affordable energy prices.
Whether field safety inspectors, safety specialists, safety representatives, safety operations managers, safety coordinators, health/safety/environmental managers, safety technicians, safety engineers or safety compliance managers, their overriding mandate is SAFETY.
To help you understand our industry better and to familiarize you with all the safety procedures our member companies employ, we bring you our Texas Pipelines in Safety Profiles - an up-close look at the dedicated people who put safety above all else.
"The professionals who make up the pipeline profession are as dedicated as
any you will find in any industry so crucial to our economic well-being." Thure Cannon, President Texas Pipeline Association
To read the first edition of our series on these dedicated men and women, please click here.
Texas Pipeline Association
The Texas Pipeline Association (TPA) is the largest and only state trade association in the country representing solely the interests of the intrastate pipeline network.