Cyber pipelines

In recent months, there has been an internet rush to capitalize on oil and gas business. New dot-com companies range from e-commerce of equipment and chemicals to energy portals.As well as for new energy players, the internet has spurred opportunities for existing "bricks-and-mortar" companies. It has also indirectly formed new markets for pipeline companies. In particular, rights-of-way allow oil companies a unique way to participate in the internet revolution.More bandwidthConsumers are interested in faster internet connections these days, and fiber optics provide this bandwidth demand. To bury fiber, however, is expensive. Not all telecommunications carriers have the means to connect c...

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