GTS has presented at Industry Conferences throughout the country for the American Gas Association, Southern Gas Association, Northeast Gas Association, INGAA, and more. View our presentations below.
Transmission Mega Rule Assessment: Know Where You Stand
GTS has assessed the recent code changes of the Rulemaking 1 publication and has created a protocol to review an operator’s compliance status against each code section.
GTS’ Regulator Stations Review Program™
Our program is built to assist operators and minimize risk of system over-pressurization in support of safe, compliant operations.
Low Pressure Systems Risks and Replacement Challenges
This presentation offers suggestions on how to address some of the recommendations and minimize risk associated with operating LP systems.
Hydrostatic Testing of In-Situ Pipelines & Spike Testing
Learn about hydrostatic testing natural gas pipelines, things to take into consideration when testing your pipelines, overview of spike testing, and many lessons learned.
Challenges associated with gathering, integrating, storing and securing integrity management data. Find out methods to manage the quality of source data and the processes required to integrate that data.
MAOP Validation at Southern Company Gas
Anticipated code changes of 49 CRF Part 192, MAOP Validation objectives and outcomes, and go through the methods used.
Managing Evidence of Compliance
Reacquaint yourself with NPRM records requirements, review modern SORs, and record keeping processes. Better establish yourself for when codes take effect.
New Technology Leak Survey
Review the common concerns such as false indications, too many nuisance leaks, and understanding the technology.
Planning and Executing a Pipeline Centerline Survey Program
Why PLCL Survey improves pipeline location accuracy in GIS, easement protection, risk management, asset reconciliation with work management systems, and asset visibility.
Pipeline Simulation Modeling Advancements – Numerous Scenarios Analyzed Simultaneously
Find out why the number of simulations rapidly grow, and how the new Batch Analysis Tool (BAT) greatly improves simulation efficiency and intelligence.