Impact of COVID-19 forces pipeline operators in the US to continue adopting conservative strategies

Impact of COVID-19 Forces Pipeline Operators in the US to Continue Adopting Conservative Strategies

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The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the U.S. pipeline sector and operators are left with little choice than to adopt strategies to save cash. As a result, several pipeline companies in the country continue to delay or stall pipeline projects or reduce capital expenditure. In hindsight, pipeline operators are also…

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