January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1


Tighter Regulations Push Environmental Concerns To Front Burner

Natural gas production and pipeline construction thrive on predictability. They depend on reliably meeting milestones and deadlines in order to connect new sources of energy into supply lines. Anything short of predictable can be disruptive and expensive, even a show-stopper on certain projects. As a result, improved understanding of potential sources of schedule disruption has become a key success factor for companies. Consider three examples of the growing importance of environmental considerations in pipeline construction planning: Growth Of HDD For Stream Crossings – Tighter regulations designed to protect aquatic habitats demand longer and costlier environmental st

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