49 CFR 190.237 - Amendment of plans or procedures.

§ 190.237 Amendment of plans or procedures.
(a) A Regional Director begins a proceeding to determine whether an operator's plans or procedures required under parts 192, 193, 195, and 199 of this subchapter are inadequate to assure safe operation of a pipeline facility by issuing a notice of amendment. The notice shall provide an opportunity for a hearing under § 190.211 of this part and shall specify the alleged inadequacies and the proposed action for revision of the plans or procedures. The notice shall allow the operator 30 days after receipt of the notice to submit written comments or request a hearing. After considering all material presented in writing or at the hearing, the Associate Administrator, OPS shall determine whether the plans or procedures are inadequate as alleged and order the required amendment if they are inadequate, or withdraw the notice if they are not. In determining the adequacy of an operator's plans or procedures, the Associate Administrator, OPS shall consider:
(1) Relevant available pipeline safety data;
(2) Whether the plans or procedures are appropriate for the particular type of pipeline transportation or facility, and for the location of the facility;
(3) The reasonableness of the plans or procedures; and
(4) The extent to which the plans or procedures contribute to public safety.
(b) The amendment of an operator's plans or procedures prescribed in paragraph (a) of this section is in addition to, and may be used in conjunction with, the appropriate enforcement actions prescribed in this subpart.
[Amdt. 190-3, 56 FR 31090, July 9, 1991, as amended by Amdt. 190-6, 61 FR 18516, Apr. 26, 1996]

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 33 - NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS
U.S. Code: Title 49 - TRANSPORTATION

§ 60101 - Definitions

§ 60102 - Purpose and general authority

§ 60103 - Standards for liquefied natural gas pipeline facilities

§ 60104 - Requirements and limitations

§ 60105 - State pipeline safety program certifications

§ 60106 - State pipeline safety agreements

§ 60107 - State pipeline safety grants

§ 60108 - Inspection and maintenance

§ 60109 - High-density population areas and environmentally sensitive areas

§ 60110 - Excess flow valves

§ 60111 - Financial responsibility for liquefied natural gas facilities

§ 60112 - Pipeline facilities hazardous to life and property

§ 60113 - Customer-owned natural gas service lines

§ 60114 - One-call notification systems

§ 60115 - Technical safety standards committees

§ 60116 - Public education programs

§ 60117 - Administrative

§ 60118 - Compliance and waivers

§ 60119 - Judicial review

§ 60120 - Enforcement

§ 60121 - Actions by private persons

§ 60122 - Civil penalties

§ 60123 - Criminal penalties

§ 60124 - Biennial reports

§ 60125 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 60126 - Risk management

§ 60127 - Population encroachment and rights-of-way

§ 60128 - Dumping within pipeline rights-of-way

§ 60129 - Protection of employees providing pipeline safety information

§ 60130 - Pipeline safety information grants to communities

§ 60131 - Verification of pipeline qualification programs

§ 60132 - National pipeline mapping system

§ 60133 - Coordination of environmental reviews

§ 60134 - State damage prevention programs

§ 60135 - Enforcement transparency

§ 60136 - Petroleum product transportation capacity study

§ 60137 - Pipeline control room management

§ 60138 - Response plans

§ 60139 - Maximum allowable operating pressure

§ 60140 - Cover over buried pipelines