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October 2015


The regulatory environment for gas transmission continues to evolve, and pipeline operators can see tougher standards on the horizon. Some of the nation’s leading operators and utilities already are getting ahead of the expected changes. These companies are implementing a component-level tracking system in their processes. Known as Materials Traceability, this is a common practice in other industries, where it is utilized to navigate risk by accessing critical records and information when needed.

By many accounts, comparatively few gas pipelines and utilities have implemented a Materials Traceability initiative. But, with increasing regulatory mandates and growing public safety concerns, it’s becoming even more important for others in the industry to pursue similar traceability initiatives. Learn more about how this technology can be utilized, what other industries have already adopted the solution and more.

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