Safety

Azure Midstream is proud of the safety culture developed by our operations team.  For five consecutive yearsAzure has been honored with First or Second Place Awards by the GPA Midstream Association for outstanding safety performance in our peer group.  At Azure, we view these accolades as a consequence of our team’s vigilance in protecting each other with our safety culture and safety programs.  We also take our relationship with our regulators very seriously and work hard to keep systems in place that make safety our top priority.

In the past two years, Azure has been through comprehensive audits on the Holly and Shelby Systems by the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources and the Texas Rail Road Commission respectively. We have also completed specialized audits from these regulators covering our Damage Prevention, Public Awareness, Operator Qualification and Drug & Alcohol programs with no notices of violation. Our Operator Qualification and OSHA required training programs are kept through EWN (all contractors are also required to keep their OQ records current with EWN).  Our safety culture extends to our contractors, and we track all of their man-hours and incidents and present them alongside our internal performance metrics.  Nothing is more important to us than making sure our employees, contractors and communities are safe.  Here are the highlights of our last 12 months safety statistics:

Man-Hours Worked Since Last Lost Time Incident 

  • 2,147,596 hours

Miles Driven 2017

  • 871,945

EHS Performance Data

 

 

Spill/Release Data (December 31, 2017)

AreaReportableNon-ReportableTotal
Holly 0 3 3
Shelby 0 2 2
2017 YTD Total 0 5 5
2016 YTD Total 0 5 5