Established by Amendment 196-1, July 23, 2015.
|§196.1||What is the purpose and scope of this subpart?|
|Subpart B—Damage Prevention Requirements|
|§196.101||What is the purpose and scope of this subpart?|
|§196.103||What must an excavator do to protect underground pipelines from excavation-related damage?|
|§196.107||What must an excavator do if a pipeline is damaged by excavation activity?|
|§196.109||What must an excavator do if damage to a pipeline from excavation activity causes a leak where product is released from the pipeline|
|§196.111||What if a pipeline operator fails to respond to a locate request or fails to accurately locate and mark its pipeline?|
|Subpart C—Administrative Enforcement Process|
|§196.201||What is the purpose and scope of this subpart?|
|§196.203||What is the administrative process PHMSA will use to conduct enforcement proceedings for alleged violations of excavation damage prevention requirements?|
|§196.205||Can PHMSA assess administrative civil penalties for violations?|
|§196.207||What are the maximum administrative civil penalties for violations?|
|§196.209||May other civil enforcement actions be taken?|
|§196.211||May criminal penalties be imposed for violations?|
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Authority: 49 U.S.C. 60101 et seq.; and 49 CFR 1.97.
Source: 80 FR 43866, July 23, 2015, unless otherwise noted.