March 2018, Vol. 245, No. 3


Pipeline Construction Best Practices – Roundtable

P&GJ: What are some of the more challenging aspects to constructing a new pipeline? Wolf: Getting all the required and necessary permits while managing public perception. Public opposition to pipelines seems to be growing more and more, so it’s important not only to make the regulators see the value of a pipeline but to get the public to see the benefits as well. Up-front planning is critical. Marshall: With the number of planned and ongoing pipeline projects in the United States, one challenge is the demand for experienced pipeline construction workers.  There is an industry-wide shortage for workers, such as welders and inspection staff. The industry is developing stronger certifica

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