The Oil Cost of Service Analysis (aka the “Page 700 Dataset”) focuses on quickly displaying information from page 700 of FERC Form 6. All data from the page is visualized in an easy-to-consume format for quick comparison and deep dives into all FERC-regulated midstream oil pipelines.
The intention of the driver is to provide easy, quick analysis of data from page 700. The driver will be updated as companies file data (both as originals and as resubmissions).
This driver works best when a single company is selected and all metrics are represented back to the year 2011. To select a company, click on the company filter dropdown at the top left of the driver. All visualizations are displayed in an over-time series. You may change the range of data with the year slider at the top of the driver.
A icon indicates that a chart or KPI has a filter applied to it.
Figure 1: Oil Cost of Service Analysis
The “Expenses” and “Interstate Metrics” visualizations on the bottom of the driver each have their own drop-down menu with available metrics to select from.
Clicking on the dropdown menu and selecting a metric will filter the visualization below it to reflect just that metric. These dropdown menus do not filter the metrics in other visualizations.
Figure 2: Expenses and Interstate Metrics Visualizations
There are several ways in which the dataset can be exported. A visual export of the dataset via PDF or PowerPoint can be generated via the export button at the top-right corner of the dataset. Data can be exported via each card on the dataset. To export card data, move your cursor over the card/table and another export button will appear at the top right of the card/table. The data will export into a csv file in a long-table format.
Exports will reflect the filters you select before the export.
An additional feature is the expand details icon on each card. Hovering your cursor over a card/table will show the export icon and the expand details icon . The expand details icon will give you a screen as seen below.
Figure 3: Return on Rate Base Visualization
Once you click on the expand details icon, a screen will pop up giving you a few options to interact with that particular card. You can click on the export button at the top right of the popup to export the visualization either in a visual format or data table (CSV or Excel). Clicking the table icon at the top right of the popup will show you the data feeding into the visualization.
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