Throughout the life of the Red Oak system, our teams will strive to be good neighbors to the families and communities along our route. We are committed to building a system that prioritizes safety while respecting each local area’s distinct features.
Our partnership believes in safety, and so do our employees. They live and work alongside these pipelines, too.
We use the latest construction techniques and follow the applicable safety and environmental regulations – often exceeding those standards simply because we believe it is the right thing to do.
Here in the heartland of U.S. energy production, America’s role as the top worldwide energy producer is a source of pride. Hard work, strong roots, and tradition are the foundation of our thriving communities, resulting in better jobs and affordable energy. The Red Oak system will continue this legacy across communities in Oklahoma and Texas. Here’s how:
One way we serve as good neighbors is to support first responders along our routes. During these projects, we intend to give up to $1.5 million in equipment and training grants to response organizations in the vicinity of our pipeline system. In addition, our teams will meet with interested first responders and provide training and emergency response support.
Grant program information should be available within the upcoming weeks. Until then, for more information about the Plains First Responder Grant Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.