Just curious how many of you are working on pipelines or shutdowns. Have you heard of any more projects on the horizon?
There has been a huge push for 2 LNG pipelines for many years.
The Alaskan Gas Pipeline 1715 miles (or 800 miles depending on how the total pipeline is built in Canada) of natural gas pipe starting in Prudoe Bay Alaska. Turning into Canada and ending somewhere near the Kenai Peninsula.
The other is the Jordan Cove LNG Plant proposed back in 2004. Shut down 2x by the Feds as recently as December 2016 is now getting a second chance to be reviewed by the Trump administration
Both projects are being pursued by congressmen / congresswomen from multiple states to get a fresh look by Trump.
If one or both are successful there will be a lot of jobs for many years ahead.
I know there has been LNG pipeline leaks in Alaska recently. But doesn't that mean the infrastructure needs updating from talented people like us
I don't know about you but the idea of these deals getting a second chance gets me excited for anyone who wants to work.
Who else would like to see these projects go through?