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Gas, Electrics, TeleCom Industries Join on Y2K
Representatives of the major utility industries, natural gas,electricity and telecommunications, met in Houston this week tojointly address Y2K issues. Gary Gardner, chief information officerof the American Gas Association (AGA) cited interlocking activitiesas the basis for the meeting. For instance electricity powers manyof the pipeline compressor stations that keep the natural gasflowing. “Although gas companies have manual overrides that can beused in the event of an electrical power shortage or outage, fieldpersonnel posted at the compressor stations will rely ontelecommunications devices to communicate with their headquarters.
The “Tri-industry Meeting on Year 2000 Contingency Plans” washosted by Duke Energy. Participants are discussing testing andcontingency planning programs.
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