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Article: Developing a Safety Case for New Gas Supply Pipelines

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What is a Safety Case?

Ensuring the safety of oil and gas pipelines is not just a priority but a legal requirement for the safety of the people involved in pipeline operations and maintenance, the environment, and surrounding populations and communities. The Gas Safety (Management) Regulations 1996 (GSMR) UK set the standard for managing the conveyance of natural gas, detailing stringent requirements for safety cases. 

In a new technical article, Kashif Khan, Senior Integrity Engineer at Penspen, provides an in-depth exploration of the critical components necessary for developing a safety case for onshore gas pipeline and the integral role of the Duty Holder in effectively managing pipeline safety, ensuring regulatory compliance, and fostering a culture of safety excellence in the pipeline industry.

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