Batching Pipelines: How Operators Make the Most of Little Space

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Solar Energy and Gas and Oil Pipelines Can Work Together

Aera Energy, one of California’s largest oil and gas producers, and GlassPoint Solar, the leading supplier of solar energy for the oil and gas industry, have broken ground on California’s largest solar energy project. Located at the Belridge oilfield west of Bakersfield, the integrated solar project will be the first of its kind in the


Mariner East 1 Pipeline Set to Restart After Sinkhole

Sunoco/Energy Transfer intends to begin highly volatile liquid shipments as soon as possible through the 80-year old Mariner East 1 Pipeline. Sunoco agreed to voluntarily shut down the pipeline after part of it was exposed in Pittsburgh on Jan. 20. Sinkholes first developed in the area in November 2017. The original still-under-construction ME2 pipeline and


Subsea Pipelines Help Oceans Thrive in Surprising Ways

Fishermen have long lauded the value of subsea pipelines, and it seems now there’s proof of habitat formation around pipelines. Australia’s offshore oil and gas structures are starting to come to the end of their lifespans, and while the default is currently to completely remove them from the ocean, some experts believe they should remain


4 Tips to Keep Your Crew Safe During Spring Storms

Spring is a prime time for powerful storms. Many of these fronts sweep across entire swaths of the country, bringing straight-line winds, hail, floods, and tornadoes. Your project doesn’t stop just because spring is a volatile time for weather, but it is important to keep your crew safe. Here are a few tips to keep