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Planned worldwide pipeline construction to be completed in 2019 was relatively flat from the previous year, with higher expected crude and products project completions balancing smaller projected natural gas pipeline numbers. US projects grew as a portion of total planned build as operators sought expanded avenues for bringing burgeoning crude, NGL, and gas production to market. Plans for US construction in 2019 made up 44% of the total as compared with just 24% in 2018.

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