July 2014, Vol. 241, No. 7

Features

John Lansing Takes The Pulse Of Natural Gas

Real experts in the tricky field of natural gas measurement don’t come along every day. Those who do emerge find that their names and reputations precede them, be it in the operational, commercial or research side of the business. And that is where we find John Lansing today. Lansing, 64, is vice president of Global Operations for CEESI, Colorado Engineering Experiment Station Inc., a leading research center that specializes in flow meter testing and meter calibrations. One of CEESI’s specialties concerns ultrasonic flow meters, a device that came to market in the late 1990s and has helped revolutionize the measurement business. In fact, a recent series of studies fr

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