CoPA Mission Statement

The Colorado Pipeline Association (CoPA) is comprised of pipeline operators in Colorado that are dedicated to promoting pipeline safety by providing information for excavators, state residents, businesses, emergency responders and public officials.


Colorado Pipelines

Approximately 45,000 miles of pipelines crisscross Colorado, safely transporting natural gas, crude and other energy products every day to homes, businesses and to other parts of the country.  Pipelines transport products that are part of our every day life and contribute to Colorado’s community tax base.

The Colorado Public Utility Commission’s (PUC) Pipeline Safety Group inspects, regulates and enforces intrastate gas pipeline safety requirements.  The Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS), within the U. S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) inspects, regulates and enforces interstate gas pipeline safety requirements and both interstate and intrastate liquid pipeline safety requirements.

For a list of CoPA members including their emergency contact information, click here.

Colorado Resources

Read the details of Colorado's One-Call law and how to comply. More

View maps of transmission pipelines in your community. More

Learn more about Colorado's state pipeline regulatory agency. More

Learn more about pipeline safety statistics in Colorado. More

Information on Carbon Monoxide Poisoning More