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  • Batching Pipelines: How Operators Make the Most of Little Space

    Pipeline operators have to make the most out of a small amount of space. That is where batching comes in. Batching means that liquids in pipelines can transport different types and grades of liquid petroleum products in the same pipeline. Batching makes efficient use of existing pipeline capacity. The process involves using the same pipeline to […]

  • Atlantic Coast Pipeline Not Expecting a Ruling Until August

    A representative of Dominion Energy’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline says the company does not expect a federal court ruling that could greatly impact the project’s future until at least August. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit held a hearing last week regarding its December ruling that stayed authorization of a key permit […]

  • Understanding How an Integrity Dig Prevents Pipeline Disruptions and Possible Leaks

    Safety is paramount in the pipeline industry, and preventing leaks is part of maintenance. An integrity dig can help to find potential damage to a pipeline. A section of pipeline is excavated to give pipeline operators an up-close view of the pipeline to determine if a repair or replacement is required. The process begins when a routine inspection […]

  • Why It’s Important to Invest in More U.S. Pipelines

    Despite a 140% boom in U.S. crude oil production and a 50% jump in natural gas output since shale took flight in 2008, the midstream infrastructure piping this new supply around the country has not kept up. This is a major problem for the U.S. because pipelines are easily the safest and most economical way to transport energy. According to […]

  • How Submar Helps Subsea Pipelines Stay Safe and Functional

     The Gulf of Mexico is one of the busiest shipping lines in the world. It’s also crisscrossed with miles of subsea pipelines. The northern Gulf, where both pipelines and vessel traffic are most concentrated, offers the oil and gas companies complicated problems. Marine pipelines’ most serious risks come from collisions with […]

  • Pipeline Bottlenecks Costing Canada Billions, According to New Study

    A new study released this week by conservative think-tank the Fraser Institute calculates that Canadian oil producers missed out on $20.62 billion in 2018. Compared to the West Texas Intermediate benchmark, in the last year Canadian heavy crude traded, on average, at a discount of $26.50 U.S. a barrel. This is a huge dive from the five previous […]

  • The Importance of Bringing Back a Pipeline Site’s Natural Vegetation

    Laying a pipeline is a huge project, and there’s no doubt that a great deal of land is disturbed in the process. But did you know that pipeline companies fully reclaim the land as soon as they are done? Here are three things you should know about what happens to the land after a pipeline is built: Pipeline companies fully reclaim the land […]

  • Michigan Governor and AG Threaten to Shutdown Enbridge’s Line 5

    Michigan Governor and AG Threaten to Shutdown Enbridge’s Line 5 “I respect the Governor’s effort to find a swift and straightforward resolution to this issue, but if unsuccessful, I will use every resource available to our office to shut down Line 5 to protect our Great Lakes.” – Michigan’s Attorney General, […]

  • How Do Oil and Gas Pipelines Actually Work? Understanding How This Intricate Network Impacts Your Life

    In the U.S. alone, there is an estimated 2.6 million miles of pipelines that deliver trillions of cubic feet of natural gas and hundreds of billions of tons of liquid petroleum products each year. That’s a lot of product people use every day, so it’s helpful to know how pipelines actually work. There are 3 basic elements involved: […]

  • Solar Energy and Gas and Oil Pipelines Can Work Together

    Aera Energy, one of California’s largest oil and gas producers, and GlassPoint Solar, the leading supplier of solar energy for the oil and gas industry, have broken ground on California’s largest solar energy project. Located at the Belridge oilfield west of Bakersfield, the integrated solar project will be the first of its kind in the […]

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