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Title: Odorization - Natural Gas
Author: Larry Sheffield
Source: 1992 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1992
Abstract: Many people feel that gas odorization is one of those necessary evils forced upon gas utilities. However, gas companies recognize the advantage of the product they distribute and are cognizant of the objective of maximizing proper handling and safety to the public. In this paper we will cover the requirements of gas odorization. We will start with the federal law to see why odor is added, what is added, and how much is added. We will also investigate the ways to make that job a little easier for all of us by taking into consideration proper planning for storage so that chances for mishandling are reduced-