A drilling revival may soon be underway in the Permian Basin of West Texas where a flurry of permits for new horizontal wells have been filed.
Home to over 466,000 miles of pipeline, Texas relies on this vast network of infrastructure to safely and efficiently transport oil and natural gas to consumers across the state. Considering the important role that pipelines play in Texas, we’ve outlined three key reasons why they are the safest way to transport oil and natural gas.
With the State of Texas opening up, the economy is beginning its slow recovery. With that means more vehicles on the road and oil prices beginning their slow climb back up the energy ladder.
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