April 2017, Vol. 244, No. 4

Features

Replacing Aging Pipe Remains a Big Source for Work

With so many companies involved in natural gas distribution (P&GJ reports on over 300 such companies, ranging in size from 5.9 million to 1,300 customers in the Annual 500 Report in November), this summary of ongoing infrastructure replacement projects is intended strictly as a far-from-all-inclusive overview of current activity. The 2017 AGA Playbook, released in mid-February, reports that during the past decade local distribution companies (LDCs) have installed updated plastic pipelines at a rate exceeding 30,000 miles per year. The AGA data shows that of over $21 billion of gas utility construction for 2015, $11.6 billion or about 55%, went toward gas distribution assets. As recentl

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