June 2022, Vol. 249, No. 6

Features

Getting Creative with Vegetation Management in Pipeline ROWs

By Richard McDonough, North America Correspondent  Vegetation management is one of the critical aspects of maintaining rights-of-way (ROWs) for pipelines. Results of regularly scheduled inspections are among the key determinators for the implementation of specific maintenance efforts to control vegetation. Erosion repair within a pipeline right-of-way in eastern North Carolina. (Photo: Piedmont Natural Gas) Inspections of ROWs can be done in different ways – usually through aerial surveillance and physical visits to the lands. The data gathered through these inspections may be reviewed internally by pipeline companies as well as using so

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