2019 GT&S Rate Case Discussion Follow-up

Monday, May 15, 2017

We would like to thank everyone who could attend our 2019 GT&S Rate Case Discussion on May 11, 2017. As a quick recap, the discussion was attended by approximately 55 parties and was broken up into two parts:

Part one, which was open to all, consisted of a brief presentation from PG&E regarding the pressures -- economic and regulatory -- on the natural gas storage industry in Northern California. It also presented some general approaches that PG&E is considering to address in the 2019 GT&S rate case. To review what was covered, you’re welcome to download part one’s PowerPoint presentation or view the WebEx recording which includes the meeting’s Q&A portion:

Part two, which was conducted under CPUC Rule 12.6 (confidentiality and inadmissibility), explored and discussed in greater detail the possibility of presenting an agreed-upon framework in the GT&S rate case for addressing the economic and regulatory changes facing the natural gas storage industry.

If you were not able to attend part two but you are interested in being an active participant in on-going settlement discussions related to this subject, please e-mail for instructions on how to participate.

Still Have Questions?

If you have feedback or any questions regarding the specifics of the future of gas storage in Northern California as they pertain to these settlement discussions, please reach out to Roger Graham at (925) 244-3527 or

The Next Discussion

May 11, 2017 was just the first of a series of settlement discussions we’ll be hosting.

For our next settlement discussion, please save the date for June 1, 2017 from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. PDT in San Ramon Valley Conference Center in San Ramon, CA. More details coming soon.