May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5

Features

POC Focuses on Challenges and the Path Ahead

By Pipeline & Gas Journal If the tone of the speakers and mood of their audience at the 14th annual Pipeline Opportunities Conference (POC) were any hint of what lies ahead for the industry, business is looking up. About 300 participants from all areas of the pipeline industry gathered in the ballroom of Houston’s Westin Galleria on April 3 to hear a wide range of experts offer perspective on the challenges and opportunities ahead for the industry and share insights on how to move forward. “We had some exceptional speakers and a great turnout for the conference. It was nice to hear all of the positive and promising outlooks that have been forecasted for the pipeline industry,” said

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