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Williams releases new animated videos showing pipeline construction

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World Pipelines,

Ever wonder how a pipeline gets built?

In a new blog from Williams, viewers have an opportunity to learn how transmission pipelines are installed in both urban, and rural settings.

Williams developed the videos to help explain construction processes that would be used during the installation of the company’s Northeast Supply Enhancement project, which includes the proposed installation of three and a half miles of 26 in. pipe in Middlesex County, New Jersey, USA (known as the Madison Loop) and about 10 miles of 42 in. pipe in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA, (known as the Quarryville Loop).

Typical Rural Pipeline Construction - Williams Northeast Supply Enhancement

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