August 2020, Vol. 247, No. 8


Replacing Aging Pipe Remains a Big Source for Work

By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief With so many companies involved in natural gas distribution (P&GJ reports on more than 300 such companies, ranging in size from 6 million to a few hundred customers in the Annual 500 Report in November), this summary of ongoing infrastructure replacement projects is not an all-inclusive overview of activity.  A SoCal Gas pipe upgrading project. (Photo: SoCal Gas) The American Gas Association (AGA) stated in its 2017 Playbook that in the previous 10 years local distribution companies, or natural gas distribution companies, installed updated plastic pipelines at a rate exceeding 30,000 miles (48,000 k

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