April 2020, Vol. 247, No. 4

Features

Pipeline Opportunities Conference Focuses on Business, Industry Success

P&GJ Staff Report About 200 participants attended POC. (Photos: PGJ) The 16th annual Pipeline Opportunities Conference (POC) took a cautionary tone during the early spread of coronavirus, but despite the uncertainty about industry impact, experts offered guidance throughout the event on practical approaches to a myriad of known challenges and opportunities in the months ahead. About 200 participants from all areas of the pipeline industry gathered at Houston’s Westin Galleria for the business-focused event on March 3 – roughly a month earlier than it had been held in recent years and before markets were shaken both by the spreading

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