April 2019, Vol. 246, No. 4

Features

VNG Busy Modernizing Pipeline Infrastructure

By Michael Reed, Managing Editor As with many other natural gas providers, Virginia Natural Gas (VNG) faces the twin challenge of replacing aging pipeline in congested areas, where rights-of-way are also frequently overflowing with multiple other utilities’ infrastructure. Obviously, such an undertaking involves a great deal of technical know-how and complex planning, but that doesn’t mean the basics of on-site study and observation can be overlooked.  Bouchonville “We walk the job site prior to the start of each and every project, so we know the best approach to take for design and, of course, construction,” said Amanda Bouchonville,

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