Responses to RFI on Oil and Natural Gas Infrastructure Systems

Office of Electricity

You are here

In July 2019, the Office of Electricity (OE) published a Request for Information (RFI) seeking input on cost-effective ways to enhance the resilience of oil and natural gas infrastructure systems against severe weather events, including windstorms, floods, wildfires, etc. The responses from industry and associations are posted below, verbatim and without endorsement or comment. OE is reviewing the responses to identify best practices and will post that information as it is available.

Note: Some of the responses below address both the RFI on Oil and Natural Gas Infrastructure Systems and the RFI on Electric Infrastructure Systems so those comments will be listed, in duplicate, on each page.

For more information about this RFI, please contact: David.Meyer@hq.doe.gov

Federal Register Doc. 2019–14548 Request for Information on Codes, Standards, Specifications, and Other Guidance for Enhancing the Resilience of Oil and Natural Gas Infrastructure Systems Against Severe Weather Events

Item no.Name of OrganizationNameFile Name
1International Code CouncilICC DOE RFI Severe WeatherICC Response to Oil and Gas RFI
2Natural Gas CouncilGuidance for Enhancing Oil and Natural Gas ResilienceNGC Response to Oil and Gas RFI
3PG&E CorporationRE: RFI on Oil and Natural Gas Infrastructure SystemsPG&E Response to Oil and Gas RFI
4Sandia National LabsRE: RFI on Oil and Natural Gas Infrastructure SystemsSandia National Labs Response to Oil and Gas RFI
5Southern CompaniesGuidance for Enhancing Oil and Natural Gas ResilienceSouthern Companies Response to Oil and Gas RFI
6Tennessee Department of Environment and ConservationRE: RFI on Oil and Natural Gas Infrastructure SystemsTDEC Response to Oil and Gas RFI