February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2


Pipeline & Gas Journals 2010 International Pipeline Construction Report

P&GJ’s latest international survey indicates a much higher number of pipelines in the engineering and design phase vs. actual construction. This year’s figures show the international sector accounts for 90,624 miles of pipelines under construction and planned. Of these, 24,260 miles represent pipelines in various stages of construction, while 66,364 miles account for planned projects. Current figures show the number of pipeline under construction increased 6,391 miles over the past year, from 17,941 miles to 24,260. Conversely, over the same period, the number of planned pipelines decreased slightly, from 67,135 to 66,364 miles. The increase in pipelines under

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