Industrial Info is tracking North American projects worth more than $20.3 billion that previously were canceled or placed on hold, but have returned to an active status and are scheduled to begin construction during the first half of 2018. The best-known project restart made headlines last month: TransCanada Corporation's (NYSE:TRP) hotly disputed Keystone XL pipeline, which took a major step forward after Nebraska's Public Service Commission (PSC) narrowly voted to allow the $8 billion project to pass through the state.

Nearly 80% of these project restarts can be found in just four industries--Oil & Gas Pipelines, Chemical Processing, Power Generation and Metals & Minerals.

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