As an owner and operator, Major Pipeline works extremely hard to ensure that safety is our number one priority. At Major, our staff regularly attends safety courses to continue to ensure the best safety practices and procedures available are utilized.

Dig Safe

Digging can be an expensive, dangerous venture; underground facilities are extremely vulnerable to damage during any type of excavating.  Each year millions of dollars are spent in property damage, personal injuries, even loss of life. This is why Major Pipeline makes sure to participate with each state and their call out service to mark all underground facilities owned and operated by Major Pipeline

When you begin the planning for any excavation, make sure to call Miss Dig at 811 or use their website and navigate to your state. Remember to wait until all the utilities are marked before you start your project.

Before you Dig Make sure to follow these three important steps

Step 1

Figure out the location of your project. Once you have that, contact Miss Dig by calling 811 or going to Make sure to wait at least 3 days from the time you call.

Step 2

Once a ticket is received by Major Pipeline, we will send out someone to mark the pipeline. Make sure to wait at least 3 days before digging.

Step 3

Once ALL utilities have been marked, you are good to go. Make sure to dig slowly around marked utilities!


Planning a Project soon?

Development and Improvements to property that is near an underground pipeline can be dangerous and costly. Contact Major Pipeline and we will work with you on any of these projects. Examples of some of the projects include but not limited to.

  • New construction
  • Home additions
  • Decks
  • Pools
  • Sheds
  • Fences
  • Trees or landscaping

Inspections and Maintenace work

Each year Major Pipeline does routine inspections of our pipeline system. This includes a Full right of way survey, when we will walk the length of the pipeline. Major Pipeline will contact you either by mail, phone or in person for these inspections. Some of the other inspections include.

  • Full Pipeline right of way assessment
  • In-Line Inspection
  • Hydro test Inspection
  • Right of way clearing
  • Close interval survey

Helpful Links

Pipeline 101

National Pipeline Mapping System

Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration