Lost Gas: Push to Track Down Gas Missing from Pa. Pipelines

July 2017, Vol. 244, No. 7

By Anya Litvak, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A while back, Peoples Natural Gas customers paid millions of dollars for gas that the North Shore utility couldn’t account for and its customers may not have received. In 2015, 4.4% of the gas that Peoples took into its system wasn’t there when the utility tallied the volumes it delivered to customers. The utility company has been working on the issue – it has accelerated plans to replace bare steel infrastructure, and for the past year it has been working to map leaks from its pipelines within the city of Pittsburgh though car-mounted emission sensors….

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