Inside view of a pipeline

Since the success of the trans-Alaska pipeline system in 1977, oil and natural gas pipelines have been delivering our energy needs in a safe and environmentally-friendly way. With sensors, drones, and state-of-the-art technology, the United States’ more than 2.4 million miles of pipeline continues to be the only credible way to transport oul and natural gas.

“With America’s vast oil and gas resources crucial for jobs creation and economic growth, the case for expanding the nation’s pipelines system has become compelling. Think about it: U.S. oil and gas production is increasing because new pipelines are being built, bolstering the economy. And the shift from burning coal to natural gas for generating electricity has brought dramatic improvements in air quality and carbon mitigation.”

Read more – The Hill