April 2011 Vol. 238 No. 4

Features

El Pasos Dan Martin Determined To Prove Safety Is Job One With Pipelines

I’ve always wondered, why do men and women enter the pipeline business? Some would say it’s a special calling, vital for our lifestyles, and with it comes a special satisfaction in seeing a complicated job through to completion. It certainly can’t be the long hours away from home, the remote locations that pipeline workers are often sent for weeks, months, or even years on end, or the steady thumping of the ‘not in my backyard’ naysayers who reap the benefits — just as long as the projects don’t come close to their properties or otherwise touch their lives. Chances are the answer has more to do with the constant challenge of designing an

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