June 2021, Vol. 248, No. 6

Features

Physical Threats to Pipeline Critical Infrastructure Growing

By Vincent Maloney, Founder, Patriot Pipeline Safety, Corp.  As the globe emerges from its first pandemic in about 100 years, tensions among individuals and governments are high. The existing energy infrastructure is targeted for change. As a colleague once noted, “We did not leave the stone age because there were no more rocks.” Yet, the civility of any transition is a choice.   Security staff outside an oil plant checks a pipeline. As the oil and gas industry in the United States again adjusts to social, political and financial pressures with strategic and systemic changes, it is essential that the fundamentals of protecting existing and devel

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