Gas Transmission Pipeline Planning

Top 100 segments: 2007, 2008 and updated 2009

PG&E's top priority is to ensure the safety of our natural gas system. PG&E employs a comprehensive inspection and monitoring program to help achieve this goal. PG&E monitors system status in real time on a 24-hour basis, and regularly conducts leak surveys, patrols and maintenance of all of its natural gas pipelines. Any issues identified as a threat to public safety are immediately addressed.

PG&E also uses the data it collects daily on its gas transmission pipeline system to help plan and prioritize future work as part of its long-term risk management planning. PG&E's "Top 100" lists have been a component of this risk management program. Going forward, PG&E will use new risk management techniques to guide its future work.

PG&E's goal is to be the best in class nationally on gas safety as we work to earn back the trust and confidence of our customers.

Download PG&E's list of segments (PDF, 185 KB) (updated March 9, 2011) for longer-term evaluation and planning. The segments have been grouped together for planning purposes. The current ranking for each segment is also provided.

Download the Top 100 maps (ZIP, 13 MB), updated February 11, 2011. These maps correspond to the segments in the list provided above.

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Gas Transmission Pipeline Information

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