November 2011, Vol. 238 No. 11


P&GJ's 31st Annual 500 Report: Shale Resources Continue To Improve U.S. Natural Gas Outlook

Pipeline & Gas Journal’s 31st Annual 500 Report is the industry’s most detailed statistical listing of the nation’s energy pipeline systems. As in past years, the report ranks the nation’s top liquids, gas transmission and gas distribution systems. Gas transmission companies are ranked by total miles of pipe while the rank of each liquids pipeline company is determined by yearly crude deliveries. Additional statistical data compiled for the report are based on operating revenue; net income; total throughput of natural gas; barrels of crude and refined products delivered; miles of mains and service lines; and additions to plant. More than 95% of the

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