September 2015, Vol. 242, No. 9

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Control Room Management Best Practices

The oil and gas industry is constantly changing, no more so than over the past several years with new technology, new production hot beds and new developing markets to deliver product to. These changes have set the stage for new opportunities and challenges for the midstream industry, particularly when it comes to the pressure of transporting commodities from the production fields to market. Pressure to do it faster but also safer. This article concludes a two-part series (June 2015) designed to explain how these trends are driving investments in the midstream industry and what companies need to consider to meet business and regulatory goals. U.S. regulated pipelines are now mandated to me

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