Community Newsletter
September 24, 2019
The end of summer is approaching, which means school is right around the corner! As schools take steps to prepare for any and every potential emergency, it is important to remember pipeline safety basics.

Pipelines are everywhere and they can even be near schools or school playgrounds, so it is essential for schools and parents to take the proper measures to prepare for any possibility and be informed of pipeline safety information.

At Wolverine Pipe Line Company, safety is a top priority and we want to ensure every student is safe, which is why it is important for schools to have the pipeline safety knowledge they need if there is a pipeline on or near school property.  Read More
Niles Area Supervisor presents check to the Chesterton Fire Department
Wolverine Pipe Line Company presented a check to the Chesterton Fire Department through the Good Neighbor Grant Program. The grant will go towards purchasing two new radios for the department. Thank you, Chesterton Fire Department, for being such a great partner. 
Niles Day of Caring: Area cancer service, pipeline company team up to help Niles resident in need
NILES — Last Friday morning, 10 employees of Wolverine Pipe Line in Niles woke up not to transport liquid petroleum products as they usually did, but to make a direct difference in someone’s life.

The group took part in Day of Caring, a national United Way program hosted by local chapter United Way of Southwest Michigan. Along with staff of Berrien County Cancer Services, the volunteers cut down bushes, raked up brush and removed backyard objects such as a shed for a Niles resident on the 100 block of S. Fourth Street. Read More
Wolverine Pipe Line Company’s Partners in Pipe Line Education (PIPE) Program Continues to Build Partnerships
The PIPE Program presenting to the Pavilion Township Board
The PIPE Program presenting to the Van Buren County Road Commission
Our community outreach program, the Partners in Pipeline Education or PIPE, continues to visit with local communities across Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. Through the PIPE Program we make personal connections with the local Fire Departments, Police Departments, Emergency Management Personnel, Government Officials and other stakeholders with whom we work with for normal operation and maintenance activities and in case of an actual emergency.

Each PIPE Program is customized to the needs of the audience and includes presentation and video materials that discuss Wolverine's history, pipeline operations, regulations, safety, accident prevention, right-of-ways, emergency response preparation, one-call and other topics.  Read More

Thank you for reading the Wolverine Pipe Line Company Community Newsletter. We hope you enjoyed reading about some of the community programs and projects we have been involved in for the past few months.

Please don't forget to share this newsletter with employees, first responders, constituents and anyone else who might be interested. 

 Always remember to call 811 before you dig!
Wolverine Pipe Line Company is a fuel transportation company headquartered in Portage, Michigan. Wolverine operates over 700 miles of active pipeline transporting refined petroleum products from refineries in the Chicago area to the Michigan market. Wolverine transports more than 30% of all gasoline and diesel fuel used in Michigan.