In the unlikely event of an emergency, Alliance personnel are trained and prepared to act quickly in concert with local first responders.
We are dedicated to being a safe, reliable and environmentally responsible transporter of natural gas.
Remember: if it's too hot or too loud, you're too close. If you suspect a leak, immediately leave the area on foot. Call 911 and follow their instructions.
In the unlikely event of a pipeline emergency, as a local first responder, you will probably be the first on scene. To help you respond to such an event we have developed a
Guide to Pipeline Emergencies For First Responders & Emergency Planners.
We will facilitate and participate in tabletop or full-scale exercises to help you practice pipeline emergency scenarios. Please contact your
local Alliance office if you are interested in setting up a meeting or accessing additional information.
Detailed Emergency Response Plans are available upon request. Please contact
Dan Munthe, Emergency Response and Compliance Coordinator at 952-983-1032.