Did you know that the accuracy and validity of natural gas custody transfer metering is covered under the US Sarbanes Oxley law?
I didn’t either until I read this informative post by Jim Cahill over at the Emerson Process Experts blog.
Here’s my short take on what’s required to do a professional job at custody transfer metering for many industries.
- Proper design and installation of metering equipment, which includes selecting the right equipment in the first place. This is a very competitive market and there’s plenty of great hardware available. So, this really boils down to quality installation design and implementation.
- Routine and regular verification of the performance of the system. This is where Martel comes in the a range of useful calibration products such as the BetaGauge 321A. Our calibrators have the performance, reliability and features needed to do a great job of calibrating gas custody transfer systems.
- Technicians who are professionally trained professionals. This may be the hardest piece of the puzzle to fit in. Finding, keeping and motivating quality personnel is a major challenge for corporations world-wide.