Pipelines balk at GRI funding proposal

Barlas, Stephen
July 1997
Underground Construction;Jul97, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p5
Trade Publication
Provides information on the research and development program of the Gas Research Institute (GRI) and its impact to the pipeline companies. Source of funding of the program; Amount needed yearly for the research at GRI; Funding problems; Amount of voluntary surcharge accounts for one-half of the GRI's 1997 budget.


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