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Title: Methods Of Reducing Unaccounted-For Gas
Author: Robert A. Smith, Jr.
Source: 1979 Gulf Coast Measurement Short Course (Now called ASGMT)
Year Published: 1979
Abstract: The increasing cost of gas is of great concern to Management as well as other people associated with the gas business. The prevention of gas loss is more important today than ever before. Unaccounted-for gas can be defined as the difference between the volume of gas purchased or delivered into a gas system, and the volume of gas sold or used. In simple terms, it is the volume of gas which cannot be accounted for and is considered either a loss or a gain.