Construction plans surge on prospects for gas use

Construction plans surge on prospects for gas use War in the Middle East last year didn't roil world energy markets, and major countries' economies at yearend 2003 were clearly recovering from more than 3 years of slump. These elements, together with continued strong demand for natural gas worldwide and especially in the US, helped push plans for oil and natural gas pipeline construction well ahead of what they were a year ago (OGJ, Feb. 3, 2003, p. 62).

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