Surging US, steady Asia-Pacific lead construction plans

Burgeoning activity in the worldwide construction of oil and natural gas pipelines looked set to continue this year and beyond as 2006 began, based on reports from the world’s pipeline operating companies and data collected by Oil & Gas Journal.Sustained strength in US natural gas prices coupled with expectations of continued growth in demand has prompted a surge in planned pipeline activity there, as ways to get supplies efficiently to market became a more urgent priority. A surge in activity was also seen in the Middle East, with similar market forces revitalizing export pipeline plans to move gas produced in the region to consuming centers in South Asia and Europe.By contrast...

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