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Published on Jun 18, 2014
From Harlem to California to Boston, the issue of leaking natural gas pipelines and their impacts on safety are front page stories on a monthly basis. While it is widely acknowledged, even by those in the industry, that pipeline infrastructure in certain parts of the country is decades past its "replace by" date, there are often multiple interwoven factors, including cost, overlapping jurisdiction and public impacts that slow down this process. This webinar explores how natural gas utilities planning to overcome these obstacles to bring the nation's system of natural gas pipelines into the 21st century.