Environmental

At Nortex, environmental stewardship and maintaining the safety, integrity and reliability of our assets go hand-in-hand and reduce our impact on the environment. 

Safety is a core value. We are focused on operating safely for each other, our contractors, our communities and our environment. Our facilities and pipelines are designed, constructed, operated and maintained in accordance with all applicable federal and state requirements.

In the unlikely event you suspect or experience an emergency, you can reach us 24 hours a day, every day of the week at 1-866-330-3731.

Social

North Texas is our home. It’s where our employees live and work and a place we’re passionate about. Our culture is fundamental to the way we do business, from community engagement, the diversity of our workforce and protecting the safety and security of our employees.

NorTex strives to be a good corporate citizen and is dedicated to having a positive impact on the communities where we live and work.

Governance

Governance is about more than regulatory compliance, it’s about ethically, respectfully and fairly conducting our business in a way that builds trust among all our stakeholders. We are dedicated to ensuring everyone at NorTex acts safely, ethically and with integrity and we comply with all applicable laws and regulations.

Call Before You Dig

Texas 811 logoExcavation is the single largest cause of damage to the nation’s pipeline system. It accounts for nearly 40% of all accidental spills. You can help maintain the integrity of the pipeline system and prevent accidents by using the Texas Call Before You Dig service, available by calling 811. Anyone who will be digging or excavating using mechanized equipment — commercial contractors, road maintenance crews, telephone pole installers, fence builders, landscape companies, or home owners 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 811 center then acts as a clearinghouse to inform the owners and operators of underground facilities so that they can go out and mark their facilities, usually within 48 or 72 hours.