New York Pipeline Blockage May Be Causing Higher Energy Rates

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How Satellite Technology is Helping to Keep Pipelines Safe

Increased competition and the rising regulations from the government have driven many of the technological improvements in the pipeline industry in recent years. Ageing pipeline systems are incurring higher operating costs to meet the rigid safety standards. Recent decades have shown a significant drop in pipeline accidents, such as oil spills or leakages, but have


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


Everyday Ways You Use Oil and Gas in Your Home

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), even as the world embarks on a low carbon pathway to help meet climate change commitments, oil and gas will still be an integral part of our everyday lives for decades to come. The IEA expects demand for oil to grow to 103.5 million barrels of oil per