July 2011, Vol. 238 No. 7

Features

Safety, Shale, Midstream Construction Discussed At Pipeline Opportunities Conference

The seventh annual Pipeline Opportunities Conference, presented by Pipeline & Gas Journal and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), was held April 19 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Houston. The event drew more than 400 attendees who came to hear 16 key industry executives discuss activities and issues related to today’s challenges for U.S. oil and gas pipelines. Pipeline safety was also a considerable focus of this year’s program along with an Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline update and a session on new pipeline construction opportunities. In the opening session, Peter Lidiak, pipeline director at the American Petroleum Institute, gave an upb

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