May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5


Pipeline Construction, Environmental Compliance Can Co-Exist

By Martin R. Siegel and Sarah L. Doyle, Stock and Leader, York, Pa. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the age of opportunities, it was the age of carelessness. It was the epoch of market expansion, it was the season of public opposition. It was the spring of economic opportunity, it was the season of regulatory scrutiny. We had the best technology, we had regulators shutting down entire spreads. In short, it was like no time that preceded it. It is the present, with some of the noisiest authorities insisting on inserting themselves into our business.” – A Tale of Two Cities, creatively edited and updated (with apologies to Charles Dickens) There is little doubt

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