Michigan Public Service Commission approves construction of new petroleum
pipelines in Michigan under Act
16 of 1929. They
are built and maintained in accordance with the
Minimum Federal Safety Standards which are promulgated and enforced
by the Office of Pipeline Safety within the US Department of Transportation.
The rates and services of petroleum pipelines
are determined by the
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in Washington, D.C.
more information on petroleum pipelines in Michigan, see: