Message to our Customers.
West Shore Pipe Line Company is a common carrier petroleum pipeline system that
originates in the Chicago area and extends north to
Green Bay, Wisconsin and west and then north to Madison Wisconsin. The 650
mile pipeline system transports refined
petroleum products to markets in northern Illinois and Wisconsin from the greater
Chicago area. The operation and ownership of the original West Shore Pipe Line was
combined with the former Badger pipeline system in 1998. For general, customer service,
business development, or engineering questions with West Shore Pipe Line Company
click here or the contact button above..
We share your property.
you engage in any of the following types of work,
please call one of your state One-Call System
State law requires it. This will enable us to flag our pipelines for you.
- Equipment digging or hand digging
- Earth movement
- Deep plowing fields
- General ground cleaning
- Laying under ground cables, water or irrigation lines
- Ditch cutting or deepening
- Installation of drain tile
- Or an activity that might damage pipelines
Let West Shore Pipe Line Company help you do your work safely.
West Shore Pipe Line Company ensures
the safety of it's pipeline by:
- Pressure testing beyond expected use BEFORE any pipeline
- Monitoring ALL LINES through the latest state of the art methods such as
air patrols and computerized control centers.
- Marking all pipelines with above ground warning
You can help us
keep our pipelines safe.
- Call BEFORE you dig, drill, plow or blast near a pipeline.
(Click here or the contacts button above.)
- Safety First(Click here or the
safety button above.)
- Watch for erosion and exposed pipe.
- Notice dead or discolored vegetation in green fields,
- Be alert for hissing of roaring sounds
- Avoid driving into vapor sounds.
- Leave areas with unusual odors.
- Downed signs or makers.
(Click here or the signs button above.)
- Damaged and/or leaking pipelines (however minor).
(Click here or the damage button above.)
- Other people digging in pipeline areas.