Recommended Practice on Form of Agreement and Specifications for Pipelines Crossings under Railroad Tracks (A.P.I. Code No. 26) - Western Australia

Service summary

You may be required to comply with this code if you intend to construct or install a pipeline for the transmission of liquids derived from petroleum, coal and shale on and from jetties to storage tanks.

Pipelines laid under railway tracks, roads or streets, or where they may be subjected to heavy loading must be installed in accordance with the plans and specifications of this code.

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information and to ascertain the level of compliance (if any) that may be required.

Service type

Code of Practice

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Recommended Practice on Form of Agreement and Specifications for Pipelines Crossings under Railroad Tracks (A.P.I. Code No. 26) - Please consult the Contact Officer for information on this document.

Administering agency

Department of Transport
Transport Services
Marine Safety

Act(s) name

Jetties Act 1926 (Western Australia)

Regulation(s) name

Jetties Regulations 1940 (Western Australia)

Contact details

Enquiries, Jetty and Ferry Licensing
Department of Transport
Transport Services
Marine Safety

Operating address:
441 Murray Street
Perth
Western Australia 6000

Phone:

08 9435 7626

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