Running black pipe for natural gas under the deck above ground

If I want to set up a pool heater...
...and run 1" black pipe from the basement to the outside, under the deck, above ground...
Generally no problem, with black pipe above ground, right?
MM
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On Sun, 24 May 2015 21:21:00 -0500, Mad Max

I have an early 1950s house in the western USA with a raised foundation, and it has gas pipes above ground in the crawl-space.
But your only way to know for sure is to ask the local code authority.
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Mad Max wrote:

gas companies would lay it on the ground if there was a fenceline. They would bury it if there was no fence.
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