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Creating sustainable & consistent records for class location and high consequence areas.

Did you know in the state of Texas alone there are 359 pipeline operators? In the United States, operators manage over 300,321 miles of transmission pipe and 17,645 miles of gathering pipe. With numbers like these, it is without a doubt that the number of Class location and High Consequence Area segments being maintained by these very operators is vast and probably expanding as regulations change.

In this webinar, Tracy Thorleifson and Julienne Franco, address major DOT regulations 49 CFR 192.5 Class Location determinations, 49 CFR 192.903 and 192.905 High Consequence Area identification, all while giving directions to minimize impact on staff and support reliable, consistent and accurate records.

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Tracy Thorleifson, Technical Authority, Geospatial Services

Julienne Franco, Senior Consultant


Date & Time

Thursday, Jan 11, 2018

10:00 - 11:00 am CST




Cost & Registration



The webinar covers the following topics:

  • Performance software to reduce the strain on internal resources
  • Reliable & verifiable (readable) output to support consistent results
  • Flexibility in handling class clustering and class 4 prevalence
  • Leveraging technology to support internal sharing and integration with your GIS system