August 2011, Vol. 238 No. 8

Features

Pipeline & Gas Journals 2011 International And Offshore Report

P&GJ’s latest international survey indicates 89,233 miles of new and planned pipelines are under construction and planned. Of these 49,488 miles account for projects in the planning and engineering phase and 39,745 miles are in various stages of construction. Based on BP’s recently released Statistical Review of World Energy 2011, many more miles of new pipelines will be needed to meet global energy consumption demand which grew 5.6% last year, the highest increase since 1973. The report credits the increase to rebounding economies after the recession and strong growth among developing nations. The report shows oil consumption grew 3.1% last year, the highest s

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