The Gas Machinery Research Council's 2017 Annual Report to Membership is available here.
Message from GMRC Chairman of the Board of Directors:
I am pleased to announce that 2017 was another successful year for GMRC. We continue to be a premier natural gas industry organization and I am very proud of where we are and how we got here, as should you.
The GMC Planning Committee will accept papers for the conference based on an informative abstract submitted by this Friday, March 16. All abstracts will be evaluated on the information supplied. The review committee will use this information to help select papers, assign time slots and assign technical reviewers.
ABSTRACTS ARE DUE THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 16.
Randall Raymer originally started his gas company career with Columbia Gas and later moved to what was then Cooper Bessemer. From there, he transitioned to Michigan Wisconsin Pipeline, which later became ANR.
GMRC's Engine Analyzer & Reliability Workshop was held in Atlanta this week in conjunction with the SGA Operating Conference.
GMRC Board Chair Michael Smith was interviewed for the June 2017 issue of the Pipeline & Gas Journal.
James R. Hutton died on April 8, 2017, of natural causes related to age. He was 96. Hutton served as Vice President of Sales for Compressor Engineering Corp. (CECO) and was one of the nation’s leading mechanical engineers. He was a Fellow of the American Society of mechanical engineers — the highest distinction any Mechanical Engineer can achieve. In October of 2012, Hutton received the Edward N. Henderson Award from the Gas Machinery Research Council (GMRC). The award honors distinguished service to the GMRC and the natural gas industry.