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Title 49Subtitle BChapter ISubchapter DPart 195


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER I—PIPELINE AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SAFETY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER D—PIPELINE SAFETY

PART 195—TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS BY PIPELINE

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§195.0
Scope.
§195.1
Which pipelines are covered by this Part?
§195.2
Definitions.
§195.3
Incorporation by reference.
§195.4
Compatibility necessary for transportation of hazardous liquids or carbon dioxide.
§195.5
Conversion to service subject to this part.
§195.6
Unusually Sensitive Areas (USAs).
§195.8
Transportation of hazardous liquid or carbon dioxide in pipelines constructed with other than steel pipe.
§195.9
Outer continental shelf pipelines.
§195.10
Responsibility of operator for compliance with this part.
§195.11
What is a regulated rural gathering line and what requirements apply?
§195.12
What requirements apply to low-stress pipelines in rural areas?
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Subpart B—ANNUAL, ACCIDENT, AND SAFETY-RELATED CONDITION REPORTING

§195.48
Scope.
§195.49
Annual report.
§195.50
Reporting accidents.
§195.52
Immediate notice of certain accidents.
§195.54
Accident reports.
§195.55
Reporting safety-related conditions.
§195.56
Filing safety-related condition reports.
§195.57
Filing offshore pipeline condition reports.
§195.58
Report submission requirements.
§195.59
Abandonment or deactivation of facilities.
§195.60
Operator assistance in investigation.
§195.63
OMB control number assigned to information collection.
§195.64
National Registry of Pipeline and LNG Operators.
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Subpart C—DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

§195.100
Scope.
§195.101
Qualifying metallic components other than pipe.
§195.102
Design temperature.
§195.104
Variations in pressure.
§195.106
Internal design pressure.
§195.108
External pressure.
§195.110
External loads.
§195.111
Fracture propagation.
§195.112
New pipe.
§195.114
Used pipe.
§195.116
Valves.
§195.118
Fittings.
§195.120
Passage of internal inspection devices.
§195.122
Fabricated branch connections.
§195.124
Closures.
§195.126
Flange connection.
§195.128
Station piping.
§195.130
Fabricated assemblies.
§195.132
Design and construction of aboveground breakout tanks.
§195.134
CPM leak detection.
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Subpart D—CONSTRUCTION

§195.200
Scope.
§195.202
Compliance with specifications or standards.
§195.204
Inspection—general.
§195.205
Repair, alteration and reconstruction of aboveground breakout tanks that have been in service.
§195.206
Material inspection.
§195.207
Transportation of pipe.
§195.208
Welding of supports and braces.
§195.210
Pipeline location.
§195.212
Bending of pipe.
§195.214
Welding procedures.
§195.216
Welding: Miter joints.
§195.222
Welders: Qualification of welders.
§195.224
Welding: Weather.
§195.226
Welding: Arc burns.
§195.228
Welds and welding inspection: Standards of acceptability.
§195.230
Welds: Repair or removal of defects.
§195.234
Welds: Nondestructive testing.
§§195.236-195.244
[Reserved]
§195.246
Installation of pipe in a ditch.
§195.248
Cover over buried pipeline.
§195.250
Clearance between pipe and underground structures.
§195.252
Backfilling.
§195.254
Above ground components.
§195.256
Crossing of railroads and highways.
§195.258
Valves: General.
§195.260
Valves: Location.
§195.262
Pumping equipment.
§195.264
Impoundment, protection against entry, normal/emergency venting or pressure/vacuum relief for aboveground breakout tanks.
§195.266
Construction records.
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Subpart E—PRESSURE TESTING

§195.300
Scope.
§195.302
General requirements.
§195.303
Risk-based alternative to pressure testing older hazardous liquid and carbon dioxide pipelines.
§195.304
Test pressure.
§195.305
Testing of components.
§195.306
Test medium.
§195.307
Pressure testing aboveground breakout tanks.
§195.308
Testing of tie-ins.
§195.310
Records.
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Subpart F—OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

§195.400
Scope.
§195.401
General requirements.
§195.402
Procedural manual for operations, maintenance, and emergencies.
§195.403
Emergency response training.
§195.404
Maps and records.
§195.405
Protection against ignitions and safe access/egress involving floating roofs.
§195.406
Maximum operating pressure.
§195.408
Communications.
§195.410
Line markers.
§195.412
Inspection of rights-of-way and crossings under navigable waters.
§195.413
Underwater inspection and reburial of pipelines in the Gulf of Mexico and its inlets.
§§195.414-195.418
[Reserved]
§195.420
Valve maintenance.
§195.422
Pipeline repairs.
§195.424
Pipe movement.
§195.426
Scraper and sphere facilities.
§195.428
Overpressure safety devices and overfill protection systems.
§195.430
Firefighting equipment.
§195.432
Inspection of in-service breakout tanks.
§195.434
Signs.
§195.436
Security of facilities.
§195.438
Smoking or open flames.
§195.440
Public awareness.
§195.442
Damage prevention program.
§195.444
CPM leak detection.
§195.446
Control room management.

High Consequence Areas

§195.450
Definitions.

Pipeline Integrity Management

§195.452
Pipeline integrity management in high consequence areas.
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Subpart G—QUALIFICATION OF PIPELINE PERSONNEL

§195.501
Scope.
§195.503
Definitions.
§195.505
Qualification program.
§195.507
Recordkeeping.
§195.509
General.
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Subpart H—CORROSION CONTROL

§195.551
What do the regulations in this subpart cover?
§195.553
What special definitions apply to this subpart?
§195.555
What are the qualifications for supervisors?
§195.557
Which pipelines must have coating for external corrosion control?
§195.559
What coating material may I use for external corrosion control?
§195.561
When must I inspect pipe coating used for external corrosion control?
§195.563
Which pipelines must have cathodic protection?
§195.565
How do I install cathodic protection on breakout tanks?
§195.567
Which pipelines must have test leads and what must I do to install and maintain the leads?
§195.569
Do I have to examine exposed portions of buried pipelines?
§195.571
What criteria must I use to determine the adequacy of cathodic protection?
§195.573
What must I do to monitor external corrosion control?
§195.575
Which facilities must I electrically isolate and what inspections, tests, and safeguards are required?
§195.577
What must I do to alleviate interference currents?
§195.579
What must I do to mitigate internal corrosion?
§195.581
Which pipelines must I protect against atmospheric corrosion and what coating material may I use?
§195.583
What must I do to monitor atmospheric corrosion control?
§195.585
What must I do to correct corroded pipe?
§195.587
What methods are available to determine the strength of corroded pipe?
§195.588
What standards apply to direct assessment?
§195.589
What corrosion control information do I have to maintain?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 195—Delineation Between Federal and State Jurisdiction—Statement of Agency Policy and Interpretation
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 195—Risk-Based Alternative to Pressure Testing Older Hazardous Liquid and Carbon Dioxide Pipelines
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 195—Guidance for Implementation of an Integrity Management Program


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