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Responding To Hazardous Liquid Emergencies

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Chemical & Physical Properties

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UnderstandingPipelines

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PipelineTransmission

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Pipeline Initials

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“It All Starts at the Well”

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Final Jeopardy Question

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$100 - Chemical & Physical Properties

The minimum temperature a liquid gives off sufficient vapors to produce an ignitable mixture

Answer: Flash Point

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$200 - Chemical & Physical Properties

Answer: Auto-Ignition Point

Flash Point, Fire and Auto-Ignition Point… The one with the highest “Point”

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$300 - Chemical & Physical Properties

Answer

: Vapor Density

Specific Gravity in Air is another way of identifying

this physical property.

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$400 - Chemical & Physical Properties

Answer: Absorbents are materials that pick up and retain liquid. Adsorbents are insoluble materials that are coated by a liquid on its surface.

Insoluble materials or mixtures of materials used to recover liquids through the mechanism of __________, or __________, or both.

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$500 - Chemical & Physical Properties

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: Specific Gravity – Floats on Water

The physical property

that makes these mitigation tools so effective

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$100 – Understanding Pipelines

Answer - Pipeline Operator

They are ready to help 24/7 all you need to is call.

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$200 – Understanding Pipelines

It all started in this small town in Western Pennsylvania

Answer - Titusville, PA

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$300 – Understanding Pipelines

Three critical items of information you can get off a pipeline marker

Answer - operator, telephone number and product

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$400 – Understanding Pipelines

This picture is a good example of a unique process in petroleum pipeline transmission

Answer - Batching

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$500 – Understanding Pipelines

The point between different products in pipeline transmission is called

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transmix

or co-mingling

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$100 – Initials

PAPA

Answer - Pipeline Association for Public Awareness

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$200 – Initials

PHMSA

Answer - Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

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$300 – Initials

Answer - American Petroleum Institute

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$400 – Initials

Answer - Highly Volatile Liquids

HVL

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$500 – Initials

NGL

Answer - Natural Gas Liquids

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$100 – Pipeline Emergencies

This simple warning is critical in preventing pipeline emergencies

Answer: - “Call Before You Dig”

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$200 – Pipeline Emergencies

M. C. Hammer must have been a pipeline response instructor.

Answer: “You Can’t Touch That”

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$300 – Pipeline Emergencies

When using firefighting foam what does AR stand for

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Alcohol Resistant

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$400 – Pipeline Emergencies

Answer: Toxicity

With the exception of Carbon Dioxide all products in pipelines have two major hazards. The first is flammability the other is ….

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$500 – Pipeline Emergencies

Of Transmission, gathering and distribution which pipelines are found on the NPMS (National Pipeline Mapping System)

Answer: Transmission Lines

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$100 – Pipeline Transmission

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: Towards the end of the system

Terminals are found where in pipeline transmission system

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$200 - Pipeline Transmission

Of upstream, downstream and midstream the “area” most transmission occurs

Answer: Midstream

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$300 - Pipeline Transmission

Answer: Qualified Individuals

Valves should be operated by …

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$400 - Pipeline Transmission

A defined strip of land on which a pipeline operator has the ability to construct, operate, and/or maintain an electrical transmission line. 

Answer: Right of Way or ROW

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$500 - Pipeline Transmission

Most Transmission Pipelines in the United States move Petroleum products in this direction.

Answer: From North to South

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$100 – “It All Starts at the Well”

Which is Which? Product is the clue

Answer: A-Liquids B-Gas

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$200 – “It All Starts at the Well”

The “E” in E&P stands for

Answer: Exploration

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$300 – “It All Starts at the Well”

These lines collect product form the wells and transport it to a processing plant

Answer: Gathering Lines

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$400 – “It All Starts at the Well”

How many gallons in a “barrel”

Answer: 42 Gallons

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$500 – “It All Starts at the Well”

A process of extracting product from the ground for 50 years it is now being used extensively around the country to extract product from Shale

Answer: Fracking

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Organizations

Answer – Association of Oil Pipe Lines

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