Operating Safely and Reliably

Safety is our core value. We are dedicated to keeping our employees and communities safe and committed to protecting the environment.

DCP Midstream establishes principles to protect and advance the corporation's essential interests nationally and to fulfill our commitment to people and the environment. Protecting and responsibly managing natural resources are critical to the quality of life in the areas we serve, the environment, and DCP Midstream’s long-term business success.

DCP Midstream Pipeline Integrity Management Program
Our Pipeline Integrity Management Program ensures our facilities are safe, reliable, and properly maintained to help keep our communities safe. Our Pipeline Integrity practices include monitoring, inspecting, routine testing, risk analysis techniques and other methods as needed to keep our natural gas and liquid transmission pipelines fit for service at all times.

All of the nation’s pipelines are regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA). The Pipeline Safety Improvement Act of 2002 requires each transmission pipeline operator to implement an integrity management program. More information on Integrity Management and related subjects can be found at the PHMSA Integrity Management website.

If you have questions regarding our Pipeline Integrity Management Program, please contact us at pipeline-integrity@DCPMidstream.com.

Products We Transport

The products we transport through our pipelines are natural gas, crude oil, condensate and highly volatile liquids (HVLs) as shown below.
 

Natural Gas

Natural Gas

  • Some natural gas may contain toxic hydrogen-sulfide (H2S).
  • The vapors are lighter than air and colorless.
  • There is an extreme fire and/or explosion danger.
Crude Oil

Crude Oil

  • Some crude oil may contain toxic hydrogen-sulfide (H2S).
  • Crude oil color can vary from yellow to black.
  • There is a fire danger.
Condensate Products

Condensate Products

  • Condensate products vary widely in color.
  • The vapors are heavier than air.
  • There may be danger of fire when condensate products are spilled.
HVLS

Highly Volitile Liquids (HVLs)

  • Comprised of products such as: ethane, butane, propane, or mixtures of the above.
  • The vapors are heavier than air.
  • HVLs burn very readily and may explode.
Safety Data Sheets
Find more information in our downloadable safety documents below.

Butane (Commercial Grade)
Butane (Field Grade)
Ethane
Isobutane
Natural Gas
Natural Gasoline
Natural Gas Condensate
Natural Gas Liquids
Produced Salt Water
Propane
Propane (Odorized)
Slop Oil
Sulfur Liquid