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  • Supreme Court Passes on Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Challenge

    The U.S. Supreme Court said Oct. 15 that it won’t hear a state agency’s challenge to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)’s approval of the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline The North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) challenged the FERC’s approval of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline, which will carry natural gas from […]

  • How Do Pipeline Companies Preserve Wildlife?

    The concern for the number of animals listed as endangered, threatened, or a special grows year after year. Much of the land that pipelines run through contains wildlife that need special protection. Responsible pipeline companies do everything they can to protect the wildlife population. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline system, or TAPS, runs through […]

  • The West Texas Permian Basin is Fueling the South

    The Permian Basin is a vast area covering West Texas and southeastern New Mexico. It has been known for decades as a region dripping with oil and gas reserves. Today, the Basin continues to produce, even as companies in other major shale regions fold under the pressures of low oil and gas prices. It’s Huge The Permian Basin stretches […]

  • Trump Administration’s Fast-Tracking of Oil Pipelines Hits Legal Roadblocks

    The Trump administration’s effort to cut red tape and speed up major energy projects has backfired in the case of the three biggest U.S. pipelines now planned or under construction. All three have been stalled by successful legal challenges by environmental groups alleging the administration failed to apply the regulatory scrutiny required […]

  • Tips to Avoid Winter-Related Accidents

    A chill is in the air, but the work on your jobsite doesn’t stop when the weather gets cold. It’s important to know what steps to take to keep your construction workers warm and safe. Here are 3 ways to keep the job going forward safely in the middle of winter. Inspect Sites This is especially important after a storm strikes. Check […]

  • Fight Winter Erosion Before It’s Too Late

    Working on a pipeline 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 needs to also function during the snowmelt […]

  • How Cyber Attacks Will Impact the Future of Oil and Gas  

    There are over a million oil and gas wells in the United States. There are also several hundred thousand miles of pipelines. Digitization is on the rise in the conservative oil and gas industry as companies wake up to the cost and operational efficiency boost that sensors and algorithms can offer them. Meanwhile, cybercriminals are keeping ahead […]

  • Submar’s Revetment Mats Work in Every Environment

    From land to water to deserts, Submar has a solution to fit your pipeline project. Our articulating concrete revetment mats are a cost-effective and long-term solution for pipeline operators across North America. Submar’s mats consist of flexible concrete elements connected by ultraviolet stabilized copolymer extruded fiber rope. The mats […]

  • U.S. Officials Adopt Rules to Prevent Pipeline Explosions, Spills

    S. transportation officials adopted long-delayed measures that are meant to prevent pipeline spills and deadly gas explosions, but they don’t address recommended steps to lessen accidents once they occur. The new rules from the Department of Transportation apply to more than 500,000 miles of pipelines that carry natural gas, oil, and other […]

  • Oil and Gas Are Adapting to the Digital Wave

    Oil and gas companies were pioneers of the first digital age in the 1980s and 1990s. Long before phrases such as “big data,” “advanced analytics,” and the “Internet of Things” became popular, oil executives were making use of 3-D seismic, linear program modeling of refineries, and advanced process control for […]




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Erosion issues can be especially troublesome for those working on a pipeline project. Pipeline exposure that is unaccounted for could