December 2012, Vol. 239 No. 12


Avoiding Hollywood Factor To Stay Within Timelines, Budgets

Celebrity attention – well-meaning but sometimes misdirected — and other international pressures can disrupt pipeline construction timelines and budgets. Globally, oil and gas explorers and producers are being pushed to work in more difficult environments, whether surface, subsurface, or “politically” in order to find and transport reserves. It is only to be expected that people who may be affected by a resource project will have concerns that relate to real impacts or perceived impacts. Most resource companies have accepted the responsibility to gain a clear understanding of local and regional stakeholder activity and develop proactive engagement strateg

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