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Title: Problems Encountered By A Small Distributing Company
Author: Kenneth Lott
Source: 1978 Gulf Coast Measurement Short Course (Now called ASGMT)
Year Published: 1978
Abstract: Small distribution companies have essentially the same problem as large distributors in the safe delivery of natural gas to their customers. One of the principal differences in operation is in the organizational setup of the company. The large distributor is organized by function management, supply, construction, auditing, measurement, distribution and recordkeeping. These departments are further broken down Into subgroups. At times, the small system operator fills all of these positions and thus has an overview of the system that is denied the employees of a large system that, for an example, works in measurement, or as a serviceman.