RRC to Host Trainings on New Critical Designation of Natural Gas Infrastructure Rule Requirements
The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) will host three free trainings on New Critical Designation of Natural Gas Infrastructure Rule Requirements in Corpus Christi, Fort Worth and Midland in January 2022.
These events will train attendees on requirements for new rule 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) §3.65, relating to Critical Designation of Natural Gas Infrastructure, including filing two forms.
- Form CI-D, Acknowledgement of Critical Customer/Critical Gas Supplier Designation, and its attachment would be submitted by an operator of a facility designated as critical acknowledging the facility’s critical status.
- Form CI-X, Critical Designation Exception Application, and its attachment would be submitted by an operator certifying a facility seeks an exception to critical designation because the facility is not prepared to operate in a weather emergency.
Looking to learn more about how this announcement impacts your organization? PAPS will be happy to support you in completing this requirement! Contact us at (281) 379-1130 or via email at [email protected].
The trainings are free, but registration is required. Registrants to this event are required to be a company under RRC jurisdiction, such as an oil and gas operator or pipeline operator with an active Organization Report (Form P-5) or a Local Distribution Company (LDC). Also, registrants are required to register using their work email address.
To register, visit the Eventbrite website.
- Corpus Christi — 10 a.m. to Noon on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at the Texas Education Agency’s Education Service Center, Region 2 at 209 North Water Street in Corpus Christi: https://critical-infrastructure-training-corpuschristi.eventbrite.com.
- Fort Worth — 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, January 13, 2022 at the City Club of Fort Worth located in the Bank of America Tower at 301 Commerce Street, Suite 400 in Fort Worth: https://critical-infrastructure-training-fortworth.eventbrite.com.
Learn more about proposed and recently approved rules at https://www.rrc.texas.gov/general-counsel/rules/proposed-rules/ or visit us at www.pipelineaccidentprevention.com