Residents and Businesses

It takes more than 2 million miles of pipeline to fuel the U.S. economy. With that much pipe above and below ground, it should come as no surprise that many of us live and work near pipelines.

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, pipelines are the safest way to transport liquid fuels. Colonial’s monitoring, inspection and detection programs are designed to keep our pipelines safe.

But pipeline safety is a shared responsibility for operators and for those who live and work nearby. 

Learn how you can support Colonial in keeping the pipeline and your community safe.   

• Locating Colonial Pipelines Near You
• Call Before You Dig
• Protecting the Pipeline Right of Way (ROW)
• Colonial’s ROW Watch Program
• Recognizing & Responding to Pipeline Emergencies

To contact Colonial with a question or comment please email us at landowners@colpipe.com.































































Call Before You Dig

Building a new fence or installing a swimming pool in your back yard? Is the local utility running new underground lines in your neighborhood? Be sure to call “8-1-1” before you dig near a pipeline right of way to prevent accidents and ensure safety.


Safety First

Colonial Pipeline Company is committed to safety and environmental stewardship across all of our operations. This philosophy is fundamental to the success of our business. Please visit our Safety & Environment page to learn more about our operating principles.