Rick Hagar Gulf Coast News Editor Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor Pipeline construction in the non-Communist world continues to show gains, due largely to planned gas transmission lines in the U.S. The latest Oil & Gas Journal construction survey shows pipeline operators plan to lay 39,690 miles of crude oil, natural gas, and petroleum product line in the non-Communist world this year and beyond. By comparison, there were 34,725 miles of planned pipelines in the hopper at this time last year (OGJ, Feb. 13, 1989, p. 13). According to OGJ's 1990 survey, 10,091 miles of line either were being laid as the year began or are part of projects e...

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