Gas Distribution

Geography is a factor in every aspect of a gas utility's business. You can use GIS to integrate your business data with geography for better analysis and decision making. GIS can help you answer questions such as, How can I predict what portion of my system could be damaged by third-party construction, What is the most efficient way to route field crews, and How can we prepare to meet demands of a growing community? GIS touches all elements of gas distribution, including

  • Asset and Facility Management
  • DIMP
  • Engineering and Design
  • Land and Environmental Management
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Leak Detection and Outage Management

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Gas Transmission

Gas transmission operators have long benefited from GIS technology for knowledge-based
operations and decision making.
GIS touches all elements of gas distribution, including these key areas:

  • Routing and Engineering
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Integrity Management
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Land and Environmental Management
  • Enterprise Integration

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Gathering Systems

GIS enables gathering operators to focus on asset maintenance and provides tools that work with existing operations workflows. With the modeling and mapping benefits of GIS, operators are afforded better decision-making tools, data support for integrity management, and the ability to quickly create accurate maps and detailed reports.

A GIS captures vital data and centralizes it for easy access. Using GIS, proactive maintenance and integrity planning reduce overall infrastructure downtime. GIS provides many additional business solutions to gathering operators, such as

  • Operations and maintenance
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Land and environmental management

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GIS software has an established record in the pipeline industry for assuring regulatory compliance and integrity management. Pipeline operators rely on GIS technology for data maintenance and operational management.

Key uses of GIS include field data collection, environmental management, one-call management, land management, and right-of-way monitoring. GIS data and processes are available in the office, across the Internet, and in the field.

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