Advanced Mobile Leak Survey Technology: An Operator’s Perspective

October 2016, Vol. 243, No. 10

By Tim Arterberry, Manager, Gas Transmission Systems, Inc.

It was a cold dark night… Not the right time to perform a leak survey? Think again. This is only one of the many considerations that must be explored when testing, designing processes and implementing the advanced mobile leak survey technologies currently available to gas utilities. More on understanding the science behind the technology later. Federally mandated gas leakage survey has been an integral part of the safe and reliable operation of gas utility infrastructure for many years. Although the technology and performance of the handheld instruments used to perform these surveys has improved greatly…

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