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Title: Electronic Gas Measurement Auditing
Author: Joe Landes
Source: 2002 American School of Gas Measurement Technology
Year Published: 2002
Abstract: Auditing electronic gas measurement information demands a thorough knowledge of both field and office measurement procedures and as much information from the primary, secondary and ancillary equipment as possible. Despite equipment advances in the electronic measurement field, todays auditor finds the demands of investigating electronic measurement differ little from auditing chart-based in the amount of raw information needed. Confirming accuracy or resolving discrepancies requires gathering as much information as possible.