Mexico's National Gas Control Center (Cenagás) is responsible for managing the country's natural gas transportation and storage network, known as Sistrangas, as well as acting as a gas transportation company with proprietary gas pipelines. Sistrangas is made up of the National Pipeline System, the Pipeline of Tamaulipas, Zacatecas pipeline, Bajio's pipeline, and Ramones I, II and South. Created in 2014, Cenagás operates almost 9,000km of natural gas pipelines across the country, transporting more than 11,000MMscf/d, which were previously operated by Pemex's PGPB division. It also has control of the 300km Naco-Hermosillo pipeline section, which has a 90MMscf/d transportation capacity. The center is also planning on building 12 more pipeline extensions by 2019, totaling more than 4,700km. Cenagás is headquartered in Mexico City.