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Article Title: Oil and gas pipeline demand to surge through 2016
By: Simone Sebastian
Publication: FuelFix, 11/20/2012
Freedonia Study: Oil & Gas Infrastructure (2922)

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A surge in demand for pipelines and other oil and natural gas infrastructure will sweep the United States for the next four years, driven by growth in the nation’s newest energy corridors, according to researchers at The Freedonia Group. Pipeline capacity in the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and Montana will lead the pack, more than doubling by 2016, the research firm forecast.
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Article Title: Oil & Gas Infrastructure Equipment
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Publication: Upstream Pumping Solutions, 1/1/2013
Freedonia Study: Oil & Gas Infrastructure (2922)

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Oil and gas infrastructure equipment demand will also benefit from increased upstream drilling activity. Much of this drilling activity is happening in previously dormant or nontraditional areas, which has created the demand for oil and gas infrastructure. Low natural gas prices have caused many producers to move drill rigs from dry gas shale plays into the more lucrative liquid plays. The Eagle Ford Shale in Texas, the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and the Niobrara Shale in northern Colorado and Wyoming are experiencing strong, increased activity.
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