June 2016, Vol. 243, No. 6

Features

Pipeline Opportunities Conference Focuses on Moving Forward

If the attendance and tone of the speakers at the 12th annual Pipeline Opportunities Conference, held March 22, serves as a harbinger of what lies ahead for the energy business, things are starting to look up. About 350 participants filled the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Houston’s Galleria District to hear a range of experts discuss not only the challenges the industry faces going forward, but perhaps more importantly, what sort of future awaits us in the wake of the oil price decline. “We were extremely pleased by the large turnout, especially considering all the economic challenges companies in the pipeline industry faced in the months leading up to the conference,” said P&GJ Editor and c

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