Natural Gas Odorization

Conference & Exhibition


August 30-31, 2016
Houston, Texas

This two-day technical conference will cover all aspects of gas system odorization, from the basics to new technologies, system monitoring and measurement, formulations, case studies, practical application, troubleshooting, regulatory compliance, and legal/liability aspects, in particular:

  • Review of odorization systems and technologies
  • Update on the new version of the AGA Odorization Manual
  • Latest developments from odor fade and masking research.
  • OQ requirements and practices
  • Project case studies from LDCs and transmission operators
  • Pickling procedures
  • Shale gas and biogas odorization issues and experience
  • LP & LNG gas odorization
  • Monitoring and measurement technologies and experience
  • Testing methods and procedures
  • New developments in odorant formulations
  • Regulatory compliance issues and developments
  • And more

Who Should attend:

Management, technical and field staff from:

  • Natural gas distribution companies
  • Public utility companies
  • Suppliers of odorant systems and services
  • Government regulators
  • Gas piping fabricators and repair personnel

NGOC 2016 Organizing Committee

David Bull, ViaData LP
Ed Flynn, Mulcare Pipeline Solutions
Paul Wehnert, Heath Consultants, INC

Organized by

Clarion Technical Conferences

Supported by GTI PIPE The Journal of Pipeline Engineering