In this video, PG&E demonstrates how it uses a camera mounted on a robotic crawler to inspect the insides of natural gas pipelines. This year, as part of a series of projects to test or replace about 150 miles of pipeline, PG&E will use this camera tool to inspect 35 miles of pipeline. As Brian Daubin, a director in the company’s gas transmission and distribution department, said, “PG&E is committed to pipeline safety.”
- Jun 01
Paris Comes to San Francisco: PG&E, World Energy Ministers Follow up on Historic UN Climate Summit
PG&E will be at the center of a global summit this week in San Francisco, sharing the company’s...
- Apr 13
Adapting the Utility Business Model to a Clean-Energy Future
California has directed that by the year 2030, half of the state’s electricity must come from renewable sources....
- Feb 24
PG&E Building Resilience against the Hazards of Climate Change
From extreme weather to rising tides, the threat that climate change poses to crucial sectors of the U.S....
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