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2019 Pipeline Safety Educational Conference

APRIL 8-11
The Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety is pleased to announce the 2019 Pipeline Safety Educational Conference April 8-11 at Breezy Point Resort in Breezy Point, Minnesota.

Conference Information
Conference details, agenda and registration information can be found on our new Conference Registration site. Note: you will be redirected to an external website. Please register by Monday, April 1.

Download the ConferenceBeat Event App to prepare for the 2019 Pipeline Safety Educational Conference. Resources, attendee directory, notifications will all be at your fingertips!

If you have any questions about the conference, please contact our office at 651-201-7230 or via email at dps.mnops.training@state.mn.us

 

Affected by Flooding? Be Safe Around Your Gas Meter

​Flooding can affect your natural gas meter in a number of ways.

The Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety offers the following tips:

  • Call your gas company if your meter or regulator has been under water or if may have been damaged.
  • Do not attempt to fix any problems yourself.
  • Water in your basement? Contact a qualified appliance to make sure your furnace and water heater are still in proper working order.
  • Always call 911 if you notice a rotten egg smell; it could be natural gas.

Minnesota pipeline officials are out surveying communities and will deal with natural gas emergencies as necessary.