August 2018, Vol. 245, No. 8


2018 Midyear International Update: Pipeline Construction & Market Trends

Global Infrastructure Expands with Rising Production, Demand By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor Global energy trends and forecasts entering the second half of 2018 continue to support a generally bullish outlook for oil and gas production and infrastructure construction to meet growing demand and evolving patterns of interregional trade. Nord Stream 2 pipes arrive by rail at the Finnish port of Koverhar for storage. (Source: Gazprom) An improved world economy is expected to underpin solid increases in the trade of both crude oil and natural gas, and upstream market conditions are the best in recent years, but the exploration and producti

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