Since most pipelines are underground, pipeline markers like the ones shown on this page are used to show their approximate location.
We have installed these markers at public road, rail and river crossings and various other places along each pipeline's path. We do not intend for these signs to pinpoint the exact location of a pipeline, and you should not assume that they do.
If you have a project that requires digging, please "Call Before You Dig". - call 811 or the one-call center in your state.
The examples on this page show that pipeline markers may either bear the Koch Pipeline Company name or the name of the affiliated company that owns the line we operate for them, or both. If you have questions, call the phone number on the sign, or 1-800-688-7594.
It is a criminal offense to willfully deface, damage, remove or destroy any
pipeline sign, right of way marker or marine buoy.
You can find out if we operate any lines in your zip code using the zip code
search on the "Our Neighborhoods" page.