September 2020, Vol. 247, No. 9

Editor's Notebook

And Our Readers Say …

By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief A recent survey of Pipeline & Gas Journal readers showed a clear majority of respondents believe the lingering effects of the coronavirus and recent developments concerning Dakota Access and Atlantic Coast pipelines have dealt a serious one-two punch to midstream businesses.  While I suppose it didn’t take anything as formal as a questionnaire for most of you to have already arrived at this conclusion by simply talking with a few of your peers and using your own common sense, some of our survey results seemed surprisingly upbeat to me, all things considered.  For example, to a pair of questions asking readers how long they tho

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