Whether you opt for a complete service package or just temporary support, at Pipeline Control your assets are in safe hands.
A pipeline transports gas or liquid. In the Netherlands there are hundreds of kilometres of pipelines, which criss-cross public land, both in urban and rural areas.
Emergencies, disruptions, Cable and Pipeline Information Centre and landowners.
Management and maintenance of a system or network without bringing in specialist know-how and skills could have a major impact on business operations, and business expenses.
The dynamics and scope of responsibility of Pipeline Control means we demand a proactive rather than a passive workforce, with a sound knowledge of things.
Any emergency situations that occur to or in the direct vicinity of a Pipeline Control pipeline should be reported to the following telephone number: +31(0)88 186 40 00.
Users of products in pipelines managed by Pipeline Control can report disruptions to delivery stations to: +31(0)88 186 40 00.
Any planned work or activities which may have an influence on pipelines above or below the ground should be reported to the KLIC (Cable and Pipeline Information Centre). The KLIC can be reached by...
Landowners and leaseholders can submit a request to Pipeline Control as to the exact location of pipelines on their land.