January 2021, Vol. 248, No. 1


Global Pipeline Construction Outlook 2021

By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief    To say 2020 has been a volatile year would not even begin to describe what midstream and other energy sectors have endured over the better part of the past 12 months.    The year, which began with optimism running high for new pipeline projects, quickly descended into an abyss of price declines, cancellations and COVID-19-related delays that had many wondering if their companies and jobs would survive, let alone return to anything resembling “business as usual.”   That said, the industry has survived, albeit a little warily after briefly seeing oil futures plunge to an unheard price of zero, and by most accounts there appears to be a light appearing at

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