June 15 (2021) Data Science Community Conversation - "Using Time-Series Forecast to Capture Gas Pres

When:  Jun 15, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (CT)
Join the Data Science Community on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 1:00 PM CT for a presentation with Q&A and open discussion on "Using Time-Series Forecast to Capture Gas Pressure Anomalies" with Yang Chen, Project Manager II at SoCalGas.

At SoCalGas, engineers used to inspect gauges regularly to monitor pipeline pressures. The newly installed Advanced Meter network and electronic pressure monitors (EPM) generate large volume of high-resolution pressure data. This is a great opportunity. The pressure sensor data can help SoCalGas to mitigate the risk of over-pressure incidents and protect our customers and pipelines. This is also a challenge. The data set is too big for manual examination. It is not integrated with other data such as AM and weather. Its patterns, trends, and correlations are not fully understood. And we don’t have advanced analytical methods for detection or prediction. In this session, you will hear a story where gas engineers, industrial engineers, data scientists, and IT together incubated data analytics ideas to reduce over-pressure incidents.

This meeting is reserved for members of the UAI Data Science Community. UAI Utility members can register for this community by using our Community Registration Form.


Dial-in Instructions:
A Microsoft Teams link will be provided to Data Science Community members one day prior to the meeting.