Saddle Butte Pipeline is committed to providing a safe work environment for our employees and the communities in which we operate.

  • We believe in “safety first” and adhere to best practice standards to help ensure the safety of the public, our employees, and the environment.
  • We believe injuries and accidents are preventable and we are committed to establishing and ensuring a safe work culture.
  • We provide our employees with the appropriate training and equipment necessary to perform their work in a safe and regulatory compliant manner.
  • We maintain a culture of continuous improvement and encourage the ongoing identification and elimination of workplace hazards.
  • We require all employees to take personal responsibility for safety and to know and follow established safe work procedures, policies and regulations.
  • Saddle Butte utilizes the most advanced pipeline design and maintenance technologies to ensure the safe operation of all of our assets.


Saddle Butte Pipeline is a good steward of land, water and wildlife.

  • We comply with all environmental laws, regulations and performance standards in all of our operations.
  • We establish good community relations in areas where we operate and respond in a respectful and courteous manner to any concerns raised by members of the public.
  • We maintain effective and cooperative relationships with environmental regulatory agencies.
  • We ensure that all personnel are aware of environmental regulatory requirements that directly affect their jobs. We require our employees and subcontractors to commit themselves to full environmental compliance with respect to all daily tasks.

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Excavation is the single largest cause of damage to the nation’s pipeline system. It accounts for nearly 40 percent of all accidental spills. You can help maintain the integrity of the pipeline system and prevent accidents by using the nationwide Call Before You Dig service, available by calling 811. Anyone who will be digging or excavating using mechanized equipment — commercial contractors, road maintenance crews, telephone pole installers, fence builders, landscape companies or homeowners who may be digging a drainage ditch, installing a fence or building an addition — can make one telephone call to give notice of their plans to dig in a specific area.

The 811 center then acts as a clearinghouse to inform the owners and operators of underground facilities so that they can go out and mark their facilities, usually within 48 or 72 hours.