March 2016, Vol. 243, No. 3

Features

Creating an Environmentally Friendly Pipeline

With the advent of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 and Clean Water Act of 1972, environmental quality, protection and enhancement have been at the forefront of proposed pipeline activities for nearly a half century. Considerable effort and coordination goes into planning pipeline projects with respect to wetlands, threatened and endangered species, waterbodies, existing infrastructure, and residential and commercial developments. Environmental consultants work with pipeline companies in all stages of pipeline planning and development to identify the least environmentally damaging routes, apply for and receive all required permits, and assist in construction and post-constructi

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