Batching Pipelines: How Operators Make the Most of Little Space

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How Submar Helps Subsea Pipelines Stay Safe and Functional

 The Gulf of Mexico is one of the busiest shipping lines in the world. It’s also crisscrossed with miles of subsea pipelines. The northern Gulf, where both pipelines and vessel traffic are most concentrated, offers the oil and gas companies complicated problems. Marine pipelines’ most serious risks come from collisions with anchors and fishing nets,

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Trump Signs Executive Orders to Fast-track Pipeline Construction

President Trump signed two executive orders that he says will speed up construction of pipelines and other projects to enhance the production and transportation of oil and natural gas between states and across international borders. The actions will probably attract legal challenges by state governments seeking to preserve control over such projects. “Too often, badly

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How Submar Helps Wildlife Return to a Pipeline Site

The number of animals listed as endangered, threatened, or a special concern grows year after year. Much of the land that pipelines run through contains wildlife that need special protection. Responsible pipeline companies do everything they can to protect the wildlife population. Minimizing the impact on animals, fish, and plants plays a significant role in

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4 Techniques Submar Uses to Advance Your Pipeline Project

Submar is uniquely skilled to meet your pipeline project needs. In fact, when it comes to pipeline erosion control and streambank stabilization for the oil and natural gas pipeline industry, Submar has specific techniques that will help advance your projects. Turnkey Solutions This is the fastest and most efficient way to let Submar advance your

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