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District Regulator Station Inspections

Avoid overpressurization and catastrophic failure by documenting and verifying all precise sequential work each year.

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Meet operating requirements with proper documentation

As a utility, ensuring that your crews are properly performing and documenting work is critical for community safety. Additionally, managing schedules and dispatch across a wide range of stations can get complicated. Keeping adequate and complete documentation in accordance with the O&M manual, industry standards, and health and safety laws can be cumbersome, especially when adhering to abnormal operating conditions pertaining to odorization, stray currents, fires, or other scenarios.

Adding complexity, each station is unique based on max and min flow requirements, forecasted future flow requirements, MAOPs, number of stages for pressure reduction, and much more. Also including several unique characteristics: above ground vs. below ground, location of downstream pressure sensing points, etc. Operating requirements even change with demand.

Simplify documentation processes

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Save time and mitigate risk of overpressurization

Simplified documentation processes allow you to determine inspection schedules based on type of station, number of regulator runs, gas quality, etc. and automatically review One Call tickets

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Digitize procedures and complete inspections with visual data

Digitize written procedures via a digital O&M manual and require automatic approval of complex procedures. Work with or without SCADA to inform when pressure falls outside of regular range

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Utilize a complete audit trail

Audit inspections and work with a complete audit trail and proximity verification while capturing and retaining asset drawings, giving stakeholders access to this data when performing work

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Effectively manage and implement plan for work

Implement a lock out / tag out plan to determine when and where LOTO is needed and put in place processes for planned work that could result in gas flow interruption

How it works


Utility Cloud helps simplify these processes, while adding rigor to your sequential workflow, documentation practices, and overall QA of your station inspections - saving you both time and mitigating risk of over-pressurization.

Create sequential surveys

Utility Cloud gives inspectors the ability to survey sequentially across a wide range of district regulator stations - capturing the unique requirements of each station.

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Dispatch crews

Based on the scheduled event, Utility Cloud dispatches field crews to the appropriate location to perform the required work, tracking compliance against the broader initiative.

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Collect field data

Its flexible data collection capabilities deliver an easy-to-use form flexible to any range of survey requirements.

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Get started with powerful, easy-to-use asset management

Highly-configurable, easy-to-use asset management that helps you distribute work, report on maintenance, and streamline compliance reports.
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