June 2022, Vol. 249, No. 6


Rethinking Practices Can Reduce Carbon Footprint for Pipeline Projects

By Peter Bortolin, Sabrina Bleay and Harold Henry, Stantec  The push to reduce global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is at the forefront as we continue to close in on our 2050 net-zero targets set by the Paris Agreement. Governmental agencies for countries pledged to the cause are clamping down on companies to aid them in their efforts. Moving forward, the electric actuation of valves will be an attractive option for operators seeking to cut back on GHGs. This has prompted industry experts to search for innovative ways to reduce the carbon footprint of their projects. Whether designing a high-efficiency building envelop or adding hydr

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