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Jacobs to manage SoCalGas pipeline safety project

01.22.2013  | 

Phase 1A of the Southern California company's pipeline safety enhancement program consists of pressure testing 360 miles of existing pipelines; replacing 246 miles of the 3,750 mile pipeline system; and upgrading or replacing 173 mainline valves. The contract value was not disclosed.

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Jacobs Engineering Group was selected Tuesday by Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) to provide project management services for the company's pipeline safety enhancement program.

Officials did not disclose the contract value, but noted that it is a five-year contract with a provision for five one-year extensions.

Phase 1A of the program consists of pressure testing approximately 360 miles of existing pipelines; replacing approximately 246 miles of the 3,750 mile pipeline system; and upgrading or replacing 173 mainline valves.

SoCalGas is awaiting approval of the program from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), which is expected in mid-2013. The scope of the pipeline testing and replacement plan is subject to change by the CPUC.

In alignment with SoCalGas’ ongoing focus on safety, the pipelien safety program was developed to comply with state regulations that require natural gas transmission pipeline operators to submit plans for replacing or pressure testing all natural gas transmission pipelines that have not been pressure tested.

“We are pleased to bring Jacobs on board as we embark on the largest natural gas testing and replacement program in SoCalGas’ history,” said Rick Morrow, SoCalGas’ vice president of engineering and operations staff.

"We are pleased to be selected by SoCalGas to manage this important program in southern California," added Jacobs executive vice president Gary Mandel.

"With our corporate headquarters located in Pasadena, many Jacobs employees are SoCalGas customers, and we are committed to leveraging our capabilities to support SoCalGas in their mission to deliver safe and reliable natural gas.”



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Kirk Townsend
03.11.2013

To whom it may concern: I am a Coating,Utility, &Welding Inspector with a NACE Level 1 CIP Coating Certification.I am currently finishing up a project for Atlanta Gas & Light in Atlanta,Ga. I would certainly like the opportunity to get in on the start up of this project. If you have any info on who the inspection company might be on this project and could pass along that information it would be greatly appreciated.Thank you and hope to hear from you soon.

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