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The midstream oil and gas space has unique security challenges. In the United States alone, as of 2019, there were more than two million miles of natural gas pipelines, not to mention associated metering equipment, pumps, sensors and valves – all of which represent cyberattack points of entry, say Krystal Pfluger Scott and Ewaen Woghiren, attorneys at Jones Walker’s Houston office.

Texas Lawyer spoke recently with the two attorneys about Jones Walker’s findings in its 2020 Midstream Oil and Gas Cybersecurity Survey, which examined cybersecurity preparedness in independent North America-based midstream oil and gas companies.

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