The purpose of the Pipeline Measurement Interest Group is to build community within its peer group and engage the Interest group in dialogue to facilitate the exchange of information. This Interest Group's focus is on the accurate measurement of natural gas.
- Measurement Technician Training Joint Industry Project
- Elemental Sulfur in Natural Gas
- The idea for a project came out of the 2010 Transmission Measurement Roundtable.
- Download the Scope Definition document to learn more about how to participate.
- Documents with similar discussions:
- The Working Group met by conference call in October 2010. Participating on the call was David Pack, a recognized expert in this area who works out of Australia. Following the call David offered up the "Elemental Sulfur Formation and Deposition in Natural Gas Transmission Pipelines" document (available above). David also discussed a sulfur vapor map program.
- Various webinars and web conferences devoted to the further understanding of gas measurement and gas quality topics
- Collaborate on Connect@SGA
- Connect@SGA is a private social media platform for SGA member company employees to share ideas, post resources, ask questions, and connect with fellow peers in the industry. Simply log in and find communities you are interested in, subscribe, and start collaborating virtually today!
- Visit the SGA Blog for more communications on Pipeline Measurement.
More Information about Committees & Interest Groups
An Interest Group is a database of gas industry professionals interested in a particular subject matter. SGA members may join as many Interest Groups as they prefer. Each Interest Group is managed by a Committee. Learn more about the Committee that manages this Interest Group by downloading their Activity Plan (above).
Contact Gary Hines for more information.