Typical Committee Member
Directors, managers, supervisors and engineers involved with corrosion control/ integrity management for either transmission or distribution systems.
Benefits Of Committee Membership
Committee members broaden their own competence by meeting contemporaries and sharing state-of-the-art-engineering information. Benefits also include work on industry technical references and forums to provide cost savings and other benefits to the entire gas industry.
Products and Services
Technical Notes on corrosion control and integrity management subjects. Monitor federal requirements for corrosion control, pipeline assessments, and remediation. Advise Regulatory Action Committee on technical issues. Individual members provide guidance to AGA member companies for corrosion control and integrity management issues. Provide recommended material for Gas Piping Technology Committee Guide.
Interaction with other AGA Committees/Outside Organizations
Liaison is maintained with other AGA committees (e.g. DC&M, DTE, GPTC, AGA best practices). The committee maintains contact where possible with other technical associations and committees (e.g. NACE, PRCI, ASME) for recommended practices, training and research.
Usually meets twice a year in the late spring and fall. Additional meetings as required and approved by the Operating Section Managing Committee.