July 2013, Vol. 240 No. 7

Features

An Overview Of Recent Gas Measurement Research

In 2004, the Gas Research Institute (GRI) natural gas measurement research program funding mechanism based on transmission pipeline throughput expired. That program provided substantial support, on the order of $40 million over 20 years, for advancing transmission measurement practice. However, the end of this funding mechanism did not spell the end of the industry’s investment progress in gas measurement research. A large portion of the natural gas measurement research conducted since 2004 has been funded and managed by the Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI). For more than 60 years, PRCI has sponsored applied research addressing essential pipeline integrity an

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