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        • How to Recognize a Leak


          • A pool of liquid on the ground near a pipeline.
          • A rainbow sheen on water.
          • Dead or discolored vegetation amid healthy plants.
          • Water bubbling or being blown into the air.
          • A low-lying, dense white cloud or fog originating near the pipeline location.
          • Frozen ground near the pipeline.
          • Fire or explosion near the pipeline.


          • An unusual hissing or roaring sound coming from the vicinity of the pipeline or connecting facility.


          • Any strange or unusual odor in the area of the pipeline.
          • Some Enterprise Products pipelines transport natural gas, which is odorless in its natural state and have mercaptan added to odorize the product. Mercaptan is a chemical odorant that aides in leak detection and has a rotten egg smell.



          • Leave the suspected incident area immediately, walking upwind (and uphill if possible) and stay out of low lying areas.
          • Abandon any equipment being used in or near the area.
          • Notify Enterprise Products at 888-883-6308 from a safe location so the leak can be verified and necessary corrective measures taken.
          • Notify your local fire, police or sheriff’s department or the state police by calling 911. Advise them of the location and nature of the emergency.
          • Advise others not to enter the area (as well as yourself) prior to the arrival of law enforcement officials.
          • Do not drive into an area in which you encounter a leak or vapor cloud.
          • Do not ignite a match, start or stop an engine or automobile, use a telephone or switch on/off an electric light or appliance.
          • Do not attempt to extinguish any fire.
          • Do not attempt to operate any pipeline valves yourself.
          • Do not use cell phones or any other electronic devices near the suspected emergency area.