Earning Your Trust

The Earning Your Trust program helps us focus on community and industry involvement while encouraging MPL employees to be positive ambassadors when working with or contacting the public. Local and industry involvement — whether volunteering at schools, conducting emergency drills or supporting industry-led safety efforts — benefits the communities where we operate, the pipeline industry, and MPL.

Our Commitment

At MPL, safety is our top priority. Simply put, this commitment to safety fuels our focus on earning your trust and on continuous improvement. By sharing the details of our operations, we are making ourselves accountable in our journey of continuous improvement. We are proud of our performance and our role as guardians of public safety, but will always strive to do better.

Click here to see MPL’s Incident and Mileage report which provides mileage data based on our latest submissions to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), as well as incident data for the most recent five-year period.

There are three core principles you should expect from MPL.

  • Mutual Trust and Respect
  • Truthful and Timely Information
  • Open Communications

We are committed to earning the trust of the communities in which we have the privilege to operate by participating in programs that give back and provide pipeline education. We are proud to support local and national charitable organizations and encourage our employees to make a positive impact through volunteerism and community service.

We are dedicated to improving pipeline safety by actively participating in more than 38 industry associations and 102 committees. Our employees contribute their leadership skills and expertise to local and national associations that benefit the industry and the public through education and safety programs, legislative and regulatory advocacy, standards, training, research, environmental stewardship, and emergency preparedness. Organizations include: