6 Ways the Pipeline Industry is Looking to the Future

Celeste Roberts | Submar

Anomaly – Integrity Digs: Our Services

Submar is committed to ensuring pipelines run safely and smoothly. When a routine inspection detects something out of the ordinary, something that may even result in a leak – it’s time to take action. Pipeline operators use smart pig technology to detect abnormalities quickly and effectively. Some anomalies include metal loss or corrosion, which could

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Digging Safely Before Your Next Home or Yard Project

Did you know that there are approximately 2.06 million miles of distribution pipelines used to deliver natural gas to most homes and businesses? According to National Transportation Safety Board statistics, pipelines are the safest and most efficient means of transporting natural gas and petroleum products, but they do have certain risks. Before a member of

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Green Energy and Natural Gas Pipelines Can Work Together

Natural gas and renewable energy each contribute to economic growth, energy independence, and carbon mitigation. Sometimes they do so independently, but now many of these sectors are working together. Synergies between natural gas and renewable energy are found to exist at multiple levels: hybrid systems that optimize assets, like smart buildings with both photovoltaic (PV)

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Dakota Access Pipeline Plans Large Capacity Expansion

The operator of the Dakota Access Pipeline is planning to expand capacity without adding more pipeline. The plans include new pumping stations in three states. North Dakota produced 1.39 million barrels of oil per day in April. The record was 1.4 million barrels per day in January. The operator of the Dakota Access Pipeline is

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Why the U.S. Needs More Natural Gas Pipelines

Simply put, more natural gas means more jobs and prosperity for Americans. Nearly 75% of U.S. economic growth is contingent on consumer spending, so higher cost energy for an indispensable good such as electricity inevitably equates to Americans having less money. Higher cost energy is bad for our families because it reduces their discretionary income.

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