Safety & Reliability
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Alliant Energy has natural gas pipeline assets in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. We serve more than 400,000 customers in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
It's important for public officials to understand the risks, hazards, and rewards natural gas presents.
More than 300,000 miles of pipelines safely bring natural gas to American homes and businesses. In fact, according to the National Transportation Safety Board, underground pipelines are the safest way to transport natural gas. To ensure your community and our pipelines stay safe and secure, Alliant Energy:
Establishing safe land use/development near pipelines
Because damage from digging is the most common cause of underground natural gas leaks, you and other local officials can help keep your community safe by establishing guidelines for construction and development near natural gas pipelines. The development of these guidelines will assist Alliant Energy in monitoring the pipeline system through routine maintenance activities and required state / federal inspections.
Natural Gas Pipeline Safety: How to protect your community [PDF]
Our goal is to make sure public officials understand all of the preventive and protective steps we take to keep those living and working near natural gas pipelines out of harm’s way.
Integrity Management [PDF]
Our Integrity Management Program builds on an already comprehensive safety program by providing a process for inspecting and assessing the condition of Alliant Energy-owned natural gas pipelines and establishing a maintenance program based on best industry practices.
Are you also a natural gas customer? If you have natural gas service at your home, don’t forget to read about all the important safety messages for using natural gas safely.