Stewardship

Brazos is committed to operating in an ethically, environmentally and socially responsible manner.

At Brazos Midstream, our core values–Experience, Excellence, Commitment and Respect–set the foundation for our corporate culture. We believe in being a responsible operator by focusing on safety, respecting and supporting the communities in which we operate and protecting the environment.

Environment, Health and Safety

The safety of the environment, our employees and the community are our top priorities. We also believe that being a good steward of where we live and work is not only important, but the right thing to do. As part of this promise, we strive to:

  • Adhere to all applicable environmental, health and safety laws and regulations and often go above what is mandated.
  • Train all Brazos employees to perform their day-to-day job responsibilities in a safe and healthy manner.
  • Reduce our impact on land, waterways and wildlife habitats.
  • Establish design, construction, operating and maintenance programs that ensure the ongoing integrity of all our midstream operations.
  • Minimize waste and our resource consumption.
  • Prevent spills or the emission of any unpermitted substances into the atmosphere.

Emergency Contact

Brazos Midstream has personnel on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week to respond to any potential incidents.

(877) 226-8898

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For Landowners

Anyone who will be digging or excavating using mechanized equipment — commercial contractors, road maintenance crews, telephone pole installers, fence builders, landscape companies or homeowners who may be digging a drainage ditch, installing a fence or building an addition — can make one telephone call to give notice of their plans to dig in a specific area.

The nationwide Call Before You Dig program acts as a clearinghouse to inform the owners and operators of underground pipelines when work is going to be performed above ground, so that they can go out and mark their facilities, usually within 48 or 72 hours.

Always call 811 before you dig.

Recognize the Signs of a Pipeline Leak

We encourage the public to be familiar with where pipelines are located in your community and to always call before you dig. It is also important to understand the signs of a possible pipeline leak, which include:

  • An unusual fog or vapor mist along the pipeline right of way (ROW)
  • Dead or discolored vegetation that is usually green along the ROW
  • An unusual pool of liquid along the ROW
  • An unusual hissing or roaring noise coming from the ROW
  • A strange odor in the area similar to the smell of rotten eggs
  • An unusual chemical odor such as gas or oil along the ROW 

We believe in being a good neighbor and partner in the communities in which we operate. If you see, hear or smell any of the above signs:

  • Do not touch or make contact with leaking liquids or fumes.
  • Leave the area immediately. Travel into the wind and away from the hazardous fumes or liquid.
  • Do not light a match, start an engine, use a telephone (even a cell phone), switch on/off light switches or do anything that may create a spark.
  • Call 911 or your local emergency response number from a safe location. Give your name, phone number, description of the leak and its location.
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Community

At Brazos, we believe in being a good corporate citizen and supporting charitable organizations that enhance the quality of life within our communities.

For donation inquiries, please email brazos@brazosmidstream.com