January 2020, Vol. 247, No. 1

Features

Global Pipeline Construction Outlook 2020

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor For those who thought producer retrenchment in U.S. shale basins, global trade wars or middling commodity prices would stop pipeline expansion dead in its tracks: Move along, folks. There’s nothing to see here.  Sure, there’s been a marked exhale since last year’s exhilarating highs, but the pipeline construction business is starting off the new year with a solid project backlog. And, even in those cases where market fundamentals have seemed to put projects on the brink, operators have been far more inclined to delay than abandon them outright. Their optimism is mostly running on the same fuel as it was a year ago

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