WORLD PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION WORK PACE SET BY U.S. GAS LINE PROJECTS

World pipeline construction continues a recovery led by gas transmission projects in the U.S. U.S. pipeline companies plan to lay 3,226 miles of gas line this year, compared with 1,978 miles planned for 1989, according to Oil & Gas Journal's latest pipeline construction survey (OGJ, Feb. 5, p. 17). The survey covers only countries outside the former Communist bloc. Gas line projects planned in the U.S. for 1990 and beyond total 13,005 miles, an increase of more than 3,700 miles from the

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