October 2020, Vol. 247, No. 10

Features

Despite Recent Setbacks, Midstream Shows Confidence

The cancellation of Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the court order to shut down Dakota Access Pipeline will have a lasting impact on the midstream sector, signaling ongoing legal and regulatory challenges and making it harder to raise capital for large projects, a Pipeline & Gas Journal survey indicates.  How much do you think the recent cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the court order to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline will affect the midstream going forward? The survey of nearly 500 readers drew responses from mostly managers, engineers and executives at companies throughout the midstream industry. Just over a qua

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