Public Awareness Program – For Public and Emergency Officials

Public officials and emergency responders make up two of our four stakeholder audience categories. As a public official or an emergency responder in the area of our pipeline, we rely on your support for the successful and safe operation of our pipeline system.

We communicate with public and emergency officials to ensure that you have the training and information required to respond appropriately in the rare event of a pipeline emergency. This communication includes conducting emergency response drills and reaching out periodically through electronic communications, personal meetings and print documents. Through these communications we work to provide you with information on the following topics: damage prevention, emergency preparedness, leak/damage recognition and response, national pipeline mapping system, one-call requirements, pipeline location information, potential hazards and ROW encroachment.

Additional information pertaining to these messages can be found in our Pipeline Safety Overview Brochure designed for public and emergency officials.

A map showing the general location of the pipeline can be found here. Pipeline maps or field markers should never be used to find the exact location of a pipeline. Always call 811 before you dig.

Click to view or download Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline’s Pipeline Safety Brochure designed for public and emergency officials.

Click to view or download Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline’s Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

Contact Us

If you have questions about pipeline safety, please call our non-emergency phone number: 

For emergencies call our 24-Hour emergency phone number: 

This Effectiveness Survey is required for compliance with 40 CFR 195 and API RP 1162:
Thunder Creek Effectiveness Survey