The 2011 Measurement and Pipeline Institute is scheduled for Sept. 13-14 at the Seward County Event Center in Liberal, Kansas.

For 59 years, the combined institute for measurement and pipeline has proven ideal for field operators, technicians, maintenance crews, production supervisors and superintendents. The institute features a variety of lectures, discussions, demonstrations, hands-on sessions and industry exhibits to inform participants about the maintenance and operation of measurement and pipeline equipment. Exhibitors will also display products that are on the cutting edge of technology for the measurement and pipeline industry.
Under the guidance of the Petroleum Industry Education Committee and with management support provided by Seward County Community College/Area Technical School in Liberal, Kansas, the Measurement & Pipeline Institute has gained a national reputation for excellence.
This year’s institute brings classes on electronic gas flow measurement, radio communication of data, cathodic protection for underground piping and liquid flow computing and many more hands-on sessions by industry experts.
The keynote speaker for the institute is Max Pendergrass, with Kansas One-Call and he will be speaking on “Call before you dig information” and updates on underground utility. In addition to the sessions, there will be over 20 companies displaying the cutting edge in technology for the industry.
Public viewing for the exhibitors is Tuesday, September 13 from 4:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The cost is $85. To learn more or sign up for the institute, call 620-417-1170, email or go online to