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Pipeline Takeaways: The Podcast

The Pipeline Takeaways Podcast, with your host Brad Kramer, is brought to you by North American Oil & Gas Pipelines. While many of us are now forced to work from home, these brief audio interviews will keep you up to date about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the global energy price decline and other important market conditions in the oil and gas pipeline and distribution industry.

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Episode 4: Shawn Lyon on Staying on Mission

How does the pipeline industry continue to operate safely and reliably during these uncertain times? How does the industry keep its employees safe? What impact will COVID-19 have in the long-term? These are just a few of the topics Marathon Pipe Line president Shawn Lyon discusses in this episode.

Episode 3: John Fluharty on Pipeline Integrity Market Impacts

Learn about the impacts of COVID-19 on the pipeline integrity market from John Fluharty, consultant for Mears Group and a longtime industry veteran who has worked in the pipeline integrity sector for the past 40 years. Mark Bridgers, principal at Continuum Capital, also returns to discuss the market outlook.

Episode 2: Matt Fleming of Lincoln Electric

Lincoln Electric continues to serve the oil and gas pipeline industry amid the coronavirus pandemic. Matt Fleming, Director of Business Development, Industrial Products, explains how the company is addressing safety concerns within the company as it supplies critical supplies for essential industries, such as infrastructure, defense and more.

Episode 1: Welcome to the Podcast

Mark Bridgers, principal at Continuum Capital, a consulting firm that specializes in the energy and utility industry, highlights current economic conditions, commodity prices and the potential long-term impacts of COVID-19 on the different sectors of the pipeline industry.

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