April 2014, Vol. 241 No. 4

Features

GTS Finds Its Niche With Gas Utilities

You might justifiably say that Gas Transmission Services, Inc. is a model one-stop-shop if you’re in the natural gas business, especially in California. The company, better known as GTS, works for nearly anyone involved in the natural gas value chain, from gas pipeline owners and operators to gas producers to residential and commercial developers to public power and investor-owned utilities to producers of biomethane. Among their wide variety of services, hydrotesting heads the list. Last fall, GTS authored a study on hydrotesting for the INGAA Foundation. The company is the brainchild of Katie and Scott Clapp; Katie is president and general manager of GTS and husband Sc

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