July 2022, Vol. 249, No. 7


Securing Pipeline Flow Measurement and Metering

Tim Manning, Product Manager, Flow And Remote Monitoring, Bedrock     Maintaining safe, reliable and profitable pipeline operations requires a high degree of trust. This is especially true for remote users who must have faith that the conditions are safe and that the person or device requesting the operation has authorization to do so.   Traditionally, the pipeline industry has relied on standard engineering practices such as safety assessments, design reviews and field tests to maintain safe and reliable remote operations.   As such, the industry has become adept at validating flow measurement through an intricate process of audited reviews, but several converging factors are pointing to

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