May 2011, Vol. 238 No. 5

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: A Call For Leadership

April was a great month for the oil and gas pipeline industry and I’m going to tell you why. Infrastructure integrity/pipeline safety is the biggest issue to affect our industry in years. Recent highly publicized incidents have led many on the outside to question how safe our industry really is. I attended important pipeline conferences held by the INGAA Foundation in Dallas and the American Petroleum Institute in San Antonio as well as our own Pipeline Opportunities Conference in Houston. All of these conferences were extremely well-attended because everyone from the executive level on down is deeply concerned about this industry. It’s one thing to draw a payche

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