Creating Pollinator Habitats Along Pipeline Rights-of-Way Helps the Bottomline


Millions of acres of pipeline right-of-way crisscross all types of ecosystems. Maintaining vegetation along this land is a constant challenge and takes time and operating budget. There are many activities required by the federal government’s pipeline integrity management rules that can only be done effectively with a clear path, but by using a method called integrated vegetation management (IVM), oil and natural gas companies can help the bottom line while aiding pollinators like monarch butterflies. The majority of rights of way are mowed or cleared on a repetitive cycle, ranging from every three to seven years. Mowing trees and shrubs,…

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