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How To Locate a Pipeline

While it is wise to look for existing pipeline markers in the project area, be aware that:

Over the years the markers may have been removed or shifted away from the pipeline.
Pipelines do not always follow a straight line between two visible markers.
Markers do not specify the exact route, depth or number of pipelines.
Backhoes, bulldozers, augers or picks are dangerous substitutes for pipeline finders.
Each pipeline marker displays a 24-hour emergency telephone number. Do not hesitate to use the number when necessary.
Contact Sask 1st Call to request a locate and a TransGas representative will locate the pipeline for you free of charge.

Some pipeline markers may retain their original "SaskPower" or "Many Islands Pipe Lines (Canada) Limited" (or "MIPL") or "Swan Valley Gas Limited" ("SVGL") signage. Many Islands Pipe Lines (Canada) Limited and Swan Valley Gas are affiliates of TransGas. In all cases, contact TransGas in case of emergency.

A Natural Gas Pipeline Marker

 

 

 

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