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Larry A. Roetzel, 68, died Oct. 29, in Little Rock, AR, after an extended illness.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

North Carolina-based contracting company S&N Communications has quietly evolved from a respected regional installer of telephone cable to a utility contractor with a national footprint.

TransCanada Corp filed for National Energy Board approval of its $10.8 billion Energy East pipeline to ship oil sands crude to eastern refineries and Atlantic export ports.

In a unanimous vote, San Antonio City Council approved the contract to bring 16.3 billion gallons of new non-Edwards Aquifer water annually for 30 years, and then own the pipeline.

Spectra Energy and Spectra Energy Partners announced in October a proposed expansion of their oil pipeline network, with service from Guernsey, WY, to Patoka, IL.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Fiber is hot again in the telecommunications market.

The ascent of Republicans to majority status in the U.S. Senate in 2015 means the pipeline industry will be able to play more effective defense against Obama administration regulations it opposes and more effective offense behind energy legislation it supports.

A team of subject matter experts from Aries, Avanti and Logiball come together in Webster, TX to bring you the two-day Annual Grout School with application detail review of the ASTM and ICGA/NASSCO specifications and hands-on workshops for chemical grout mixing and testing, and equipment operation and maintenance.

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) announced Luis Farias and Lee Huntoon as its new team managers for the Northeast Regional Planning Area and Panhandle/West Regional Planning Area, respectively.

Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam (LAN) announces the hiring of Chad Cormack, P.E., CFM and Craig Hebbe, P.E. as project managers for the firm’s Austin, TX, office.

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