April 2020, Vol. 247, No. 4


‘Right Voices’ the Key to Success in Tight Urban Spaces

By Kevin Seel, Project Director, Goldera Residential towers that are packed closely together are a big factor in gaining regulatory approvals.   How can a natural gas pipeline, just a few tens of miles long, produce more headaches, frustration, delays and public opposition – and cost more – than a line of a few hundred miles? It can, if that line is in a dense urban environment.  Learning how to embrace the complexity involved in urban pipeline routing is the key to success for many distribution pipeline system operators. This is because the worldwide growth of cities is causing them to be denser and more compact, with many

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