About Pipeline & Gas Journal

Pipeline & Gas Journal

Since 1859, Pipeline & Gas Journal is the essential resource for technology and trends in the midstream industry; written and edited to be of service to those involved in moving, marketing and managing hydrocarbons from the wellhead to the ultimate consumer. Properly built, maintained and operated pipelines are the safest, most efficient method of transporting energy. Our intention is to assist our subscribers in performing their jobs to the utmost of their abilities and knowledge by providing information required in the day-to-day operation of energy pipelines. Energy transportation is a very technical business that demands continual upgrading of skills and expertise. Pipeline & Gas Journal will continue to serve its subscribers by showing how innovative companies successfully use technology, and cope with changes caused by forces inside as well as outside the industry through our monthly magazine (print & digital); website; eNewsletter; special reports; studies, surveys, supplements; webinars; sponsored content, social media platforms; events, etc. Our goal is to partner with our customers in this industry, sharing the benefits of the relationships and reputations we have built over the years.

Pipeline & Gas Journal is part of Gulf Energy Information.
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Ownership and Related Publications and Products

Pipeline & Gas Journal is published by Gulf Energy Information.

Gulf Energy Information provides in-depth insights, technical content and strategic direction to the international energy industry.

Gulf’s market-leading brandsPetroleum EconomistWorld OilPipeline & Gas JournalGas Processing & LNGPipeline News, and Underground Construction—serve their markets with traditional print publications as well as digital media that leverage large audiences.

Moreover, Gulf also provides market intelligence solutions to the international energy industry through the Energy Web Atlas (EWA) and the Construction Boxscore Database.

 

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Meet the Staff

John Royall
President and CEO
• Over 22 years of experience in business-to-business media and events
• Held executive positions at Reed Business Information, PennWell, and Penton Media
• A graduate of the University of Texas

Brian Nessen
Group Publisher    
• Over 25 years of experience in business-to-business media
• Served Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing, and Power Generation markets
• A graduate of Tulsa University

Joe Hollier
Editor  
• Areas of responsibility: All editorial content for Pipeline & Gas Journal magazine, PGJonline.com, and the PGJ weekly newsletter
• Worked 12 years in TV Media (FOX, NBC, CBS); Communications Manager for Kinder Morgan, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners and El Paso Corporation
• A graduate of the University of Houston

Jeff Awalt
Executive Editor
• Areas of responsibility: Pipelines, natural gas, LNG and international markets
• Former Associated Press energy writer with 30 years of journalism and communications experience
• A graduate of the University of Texas

Michael Reed
Managing Editor
• Areas of responsibility: Print and web content related to midstream oil and gas projects, and local distribution companies
• Previously worked as editor at Houston Community Newspapers, editor at the Houston Post
• A graduate of Southern Illinois University

Sheri Biscardi
Art Director
• Areas of responsibility: Art Direction, design and production for Pipeline & Gas Journal and Pipeline Opportunities, along with respective marketing materials
• Previously worked as Art Director for Hudson Valley Magazine and Texas Woman Magazine; Graphic Designer for Wet 'n' Wild Cosmetics and JC Penney Corp Catalog Division
• A graduate of The Art Institute of Florida

Richard Nemec
Contributing Editor, North America
• Researches, writes and reviews in-depth industry articles from a broad national perspective
• More than 40 years of experience working within and/or observing and interpreting the energy industry
• A graduate of the University of Southern California, with a master’s degree from Northwestern University

Stephen Barlas
Contributing Editor, Washington D.C. 
• Covered Washington, politics and government since the 1980s
 Contributing columnist for P&GJ for 20 years
 A graduate of Tufts College

Nicholas Newman
Contributing Editor, Europe & Asia
• Areas of responsibility: contributing editor on pipeline issues as well as other energy related issue is including technology policy and regulation coverage 
• 20 plus years as an energy business journalist, copywriter and publisher
• Masters and BA in economic development