That applied only to rural higher-risk, larger-diameter onshore pipelines that are located in or within a half mile of an unusually sensitive area (USA) and operate at stress levels greater than 20% of specified minimum yield strength.
What does USA stand for?
USA stands for Unusually Sensitive Area (environmental)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
That applied only to rural higher-risk, larger-diameter onshore pipelines that are located in or within one-half mile of an unusually sensitive area (USA) and operate at stress levels greater than 20 percent of specified minimum yield strength.
In the future, OPS also plans to include road and rail networks, important buildings such as schools and hospitals, and Unusually Sensitive Areas as defined by OPS, on the mapping system.
The phase one rulemaking, announced on May 18, applies to those low-stress pipelines 8 5/8 inches or greater in diameter located in or within a half-mile of an unusually sensitive area (USA).
It requires companies to determine first whether any pipeline segments cross areas with high population densities, or unusually sensitive areas from an environmental perspective, or navigable waters.