Gas Supply Absorption Capacity Map

This map is a high level snapshot of PG&E’s gas system and is designed to help contractors and developers find potential project sites by showing the relative ability (high to low) to accept gas supply on transmission pipelines.  Given the dynamic gas system, PG&E does not offer a downloadable version of this map, and will provide periodic updates online.


This map shows the general locations of PG&E’s owned gas transmission pipelines. PG&E is providing this map for general information purposes only.  Pipelines may be located anywhere, including under streets and sidewalks, and on private property.


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  • Several factors can impact interconnection capability and costs:
    • Proximity of an existing pipeline to project
    • Project production volume
    • Pipeline capacity
    • Pipeline operating pressure
    • Gas demand on the pipeline
  • Government-permitting procedures designed to minimize environmental and land use impacts may limit the suitability of a particular site. These procedures are independent of our interconnection process.
  • You can obtain a Request for Gas Supply Interconnection form from our Interconnection team through email: We’ll perform an Initial Feasibility Study of your interconnection based on your project’s location, size and application date compared with other projects in the same area.


PLEASE NOTE: Gas transmission pipeline data is provided by the PG&E Geographic Information System. Street map info is provided by Google®. PG&E does not represent that the information contained herein is accurate for any particular purpose, and therefore disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, including the warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.  The user accepts full responsibility for any consequences associated with relying on the accuracy of this information.