January 2011 Vol. 238 No. 1

Features

2011 Worldwide Pipeline Construction Report

Despite a global economic downturn, new oil and gas pipelines are being planned and built. P&GJ’s worldwide survey figures indicate 119,938 miles of pipelines are planned and under construction. Of these, 83,634 represent projects in the planning and design phase while 36,304 miles reflect pipelines in various stages of construction. Construction Overview Following is a breakdown identifying regions by levels of new and planned pipeline miles in seven basic country groupings in the report, (see area map): North America – 28,099; South/Central America – 9,869; Africa – 7,759 ; Asia Pacific Region – 41,525; Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europ

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