July 2018, Vol. 245, No. 7

Features

What a Gas Measurement Technician Needs to Know for Success

By James N. Witte, Staff Engineer, Southwest Research Institute The position of measurement technician is one of the most important roles in the transmission pipeline operation. The measurement technician is an operator that is assigned the responsibility for the maintenance and operation of several gas metering and regulation stations in a defined geographic region. Usually, there are several requirements that go along with this responsibility. This article discusses those requirements and the knowledge and skills that a measurement technician must possess to be successful. Unlike many pipeline jobs, the measurement technician is required to work alone with responsibility for large geogr

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