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Safety Statement

Energy Transfer has long standing commitments to the safety of people, the environment, and our property and assets. We do this because it makes good business sense, but more importantly, it is the right thing to do. These commitments are held as fundamental core values and are an integral part of us as a partnership and a corporate citizen. Our safety commitment extends to our employees, the general public, and our contractors. With respect to safety performance, our goal is to be among the “best of the best” in our peer group. To achieve this operational excellence, Energy Transfer endeavors to hire and maintain the most qualified and dedicated workforce in the industry and to make safety and safety accountability part of our daily operations. The first step of the safety accountability program is the development of safety standards and expectations. Once developed, these standards and expectations are then clearly communicated to all employees and contractors, who are held to these standards with the expectation that each individual should feel the obligation to make safety the highest priority. Energy Transfer has a vision with an end goal of a workplace that achieves an injury and incident free day every day.

Pipeline Safety Management System

Energy Transfer believes that maintaining the highest safety standards is key to delivering excellence across our Operations and Engineering functions. Our executive management team is committed to continuously improving our programs through the application of a Pipeline Safety Management System (PSMS) that underscores our focus on pipeline safety risk management efforts. Input from all stakeholders is key to our efforts to identify areas for continuous improvement. Should you have any thoughts you would like to share with us for integration into our continuous improvement review process, please contact us at our PSMS mailbox:

*Please note that the PSMS mailbox is for content related to continuous improvement, and not for any matters requiring urgent attention.