June 2011 Vol. 238 No. 6


Pipeline Safety, Keystone XL On API Agenda

SAN ANTONIO, TX-Meeting amid the backdrop of several headline-making events, a record attendance of nearly 470 participated in API’s 2011 Pipeline Conference held in San Antonio. Among the key topics of discussion and conversation were several looming issues, including U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood’s April 18 summit meeting on pipeline safety in Washington, DC; a coordinated effort to stem resistance to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline project; a need to increase drilling activity; and the continued decline in oil production that is jeopardizing the future of the Trans Alaska Pipeline. As in recent years, a growing number of operations officials actively

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