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  • How Speedy Vegetation Growth is the Key to Fighting Erosion Along a Pipeline

    Barren soil cover is no way to maintain a healthy pipeline slope; erosion greatly increases with exposed soil. Trees, shrubs, and groundcovers can maintain slopes and reduce erosion from surface water, shallow groundwater, and, to some extent, coastal processes. What Type of Vegetation Works Best? The short answer is the native plants of the […]

  • Submar Solves Lateral Migration

    Constructing a pipeline in a river or stream is no easy task. Lateral migration can impact a pipeline and cause serious structural damage to the integrity of the line. A whole host of safety and environmental challenges can follow this erosion issue. Rivers are constantly changing; the riverbed and bank are in motion, long before and after a […]

  • The Submar Difference

    Submar’s extensive experience and broad application of products are what set us apart from the crowd. We have a unique ability to identify pipeline erosion control problems and design, construct, and monitor custom erosion control solutions. Experience Based in Houma, Louisiana, Submar started providing articulated concrete mats to the […]

  • Israel to Approve Red Sea-Dead Sea Pipeline Project, Bringing Fresh Water to Millions

    Jordan and Israel will each pledge $40 million USD a year for 25 years It’s a total of $2 billion USD for the project The project will provide fresh water to Jordan Regional Cooperation Minister Tzachi Hanegbi said Israel will likely approve the Red Sea-Dead Sea Project with Jordan, according to a report in Bloomberg News. “This is […]

  • Gulf Connector Pipeline Project Now in Service

    Gulf Connector Pipeline Project is the largest-volume interstate natural gas pipeline in the US. Since 2017, Williams has now added more than two billion cubic feet per day of capacity to directly serve global LNG export facilities. Transco pipeline corridor is expected to grow by approximately 11 billion ft3/d by 2025. Williams announced that its […]

  • 7 Ways to Keep Your Pipeline Jobsite Safe

    Working on a pipeline is a unique job with its own set of dangers. Because of the heavy equipment, suspended loads, terrain conditions, and jobsite pressures, workers are at greater risk of being injured. However, there are ways to minimize the threat and keep work flow up and running. Here are 7 ways to keep your pipeline jobsite safe. Constant […]

  • The Dangers of Exposed Pipelines and How to Prevent Them

    The U.S. has over 2.5 million miles of pipelines crisscrossing the country. As existing lines grow older, critics warn that the risk of accidents could increase. Many pipelines transport petroleum products and natural gas. Some pipelines transport other hazardous products such as chemicals, highly volatile liquids, anhydrous ammonia, and carbon […]

  • How Landslides Can Seriously Impact Pipeline Sites

    Landslides are a constant threat to many pipeline sites. Landslides, mudflows, earth slumps, rockfalls, and other types of slope failures threaten job sites in many terrains, not just hills or mountains. They can be fast or slow, wet or dry, small or large, shallow or deep, and reactivated or new. Because of the long, linear nature of pipeline […]

  • Pipeline Safety is Paramount for Work Crews and the Public

    According to National Transportation Safety Board statistics, pipelines are the safest and most efficient means of transporting natural gas and petroleum products. The pipelines transport trillions of cubic feet of natural gas and hundreds of billions of ton/miles of liquid petroleum products in the United States each year. The approximately […]

  • Ways to Fight Pipeline Site Erosion During the Winter Months

    Working on a pipeline site or any construction site during the winter months offers a unique set of challenges. Temporary erosion and sediment control measures installed during frozen conditions may not remain functional under thaw conditions. This means that whatever you put in place to control erosion during frozen conditions also needs to […]

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