Larry .... been following this thread since the beginning. I'm surprised
the NTSB didn't hire you on to actively follow-up your leads and use your
professional knowledge. Also surprised that PG&E aren't being brought to
task for their failure iaw 18 CFR 125.2 & 125.3 & 18 CFR 225.2 & 225.3.
Robert W Dalton, CRM
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I may not have been clear ion the manner in which I made that statement- my
point was PG&E, as an entity, is not making any investment of their OWN in
improving records systems.
What I was pointing to was they were seeking funding from their RATEPAYERS
through increases in rates to accomplish these 'improvements' and the degree
to which they will make these changes to how they gather and manage
information will be directly dependent upon how much of this increase is
granted by the PUC.
I doubt they will move forward with this effort if it isn't funded. Given
they were unwilling to maintain and manage the physical record system (which
included all pipeline history up to 1986 and was well designed and operated
efficiently and effectively up until 1994) it is unlikely they will spend
"new money" to create a system unless they are able to recover it through
If you have read the findings of the NTSB and CPUC thus far, and if you want
to sign on and watch the testimony being given right now
I think you will find that assumption to be accurate. The NTSB's final
report will be issued later today.
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