Pipeline construction news
Half of oil pipelines under construction are in Africa and Middle East
Africa and the Middle East are home to 49% of all oil transmission pipelines under construction globally at a cost of US$25.3 billion, according to new data from Global Energy Monitor.
Landowners present biggest risk to UK’s pipelines
Linewatch reports 316 incidents of workers digging too close to high-pressure pipes without owner permission in 2022.
New ASCE Manual of Practice 155 provides guidance on direct pipe installations
ASCE’s Manual of Practice details how engineers and construction professionals can utilise direct steerable pipe thrusting method to design and install pipelines.
Trans Mountain: update on Expansion Project
Construction close to 80% complete, with mechanical completion expected to occur end of 2023.
GlobalData: Trunk pipelines to dominate midstream project starts to 2027
Trunk pipelines to dominate upcoming midstream project starts in US during 2023 - 2027, finds GlobalData.
Mountain Valley Pipeline to restart construction
Biden administration determines restarting construction won’t significantly jeopardise endangered species along its path.
Fencing contractor partners with LSBUD
Elliott joins forces with safe digging experts on a brand-new safety awareness video.
Reconstruction begins on Vilnius-Kaunas gas pipeline sections
Amber Grid starts reconstruction of sections of Vilnius-Kaunas gas pipeline, one of the most important Lithuanian gas transmission arteries.
UK safe digging industry breaks records in 2022
LSBUD finishes 2022 with 3.75 million search enquiries for underground pipes and cables passing through its central system.
Julie Holmquist, Cortec Corporation, considers corrosion control during pipeline construction and delays.