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Title: Controlling a pipeline system
Category: Pipeline Industries Guild technical library
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Catalog No.: PIG0055
Date of Publication: January 18, 1977
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: A T Edgar
Abstract: The Gas Industry supplies customers who use the fuel in a multitude of ways. The uses range from the large Industrial consumer to the small domestic consumer and a great variety of customers in between these two extremes.

It is hoped to demonstrate that under these conditions it is not possible to adopt a laissez-faire attitude to the system supplying this type of demand. Some measure of control must be exercised to ensure safe, secure and continuous supplies to inconsistent and unpredictable customers.

This paper will concern itselef mainly with a high pressure (up to 70 bar maximum working pressure) natural gas transmission system with natural gas fields as the primary sources. The arguments developed could equally well apply to other systems with different types of source.

Having established the principle that some measure of control is required the paper will go on to discuss the methods of control now used in the British Gas Industry.

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