Improving Baja Maintenance Capacity Information

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

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California Gas Transmission is rolling out some changes regarding how we display Baja-related pipeline maintenance. Starting today, Wednesday, September 12, 2018, you’ll see Baja maintenance information split into three potential constraints: Hinkley, Kettleman and Topock.

With more information to share, we have streamlined how we display our maintenance information. On both the homepage and Pipeline Maintenance page, you’ll now see a toggle button titled “% of Max Capacity.” By default, only the capacity information will be listed for both the Redwood and Baja paths in MMcf. When you click the toggle button, it’ll convert the capacity numbers to percentages of max capacity on the fly.

We didn’t stop there. On the Pipeline Maintenance page, we’ve also changed how we display the max capacity for the Redwood and Baja paths. If a month is listed with maintenance, then at the bottom of the list, you’ll see the max capacity listed for said month. For example, if we have maintenance listed for October, the October max capacity will be listed at the bottom of the list so it’s always easy to see what the max capacity is for any given day of a month. Click on the link at the bottom of the chart to take you to a full breakdown of max capacities for all months of the year.

This new Baja maintenance information will also be captured in our Historical Maintenance feature. Any Baja maintenance from September 12, 2018 and onward will be listed in the Historical Maintenance document showing Hinkley, Kettleman and Topock information.

We are very excited to roll this out to you as we continually work on our goal of providing you excellent customer service. Please keep an eye on the red “10” icon above. That lets you know that CGT is listening and is always looking for ways to improve your customer satisfaction experience. If you have any questions about the new feature, please reach out to your CGT Account Manager.

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