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    1. A 1907 gas explosion at the San Luis Gas and Electric Company plant caused serious injuries and plunged the city into darkness. Click to Continue »

    2. California regulators vote to penalize PG&E $1.6 billion for deadly gas pipeline blast in San Bruno.

    3. PG&E fined record $1.6 bln for deadly California pipeline blast

      Reuters via Yahoo! FinanceApr 09 17:25 PM

      Pacific Gas & Electric Corp must pay a record $1.6 billion in penalties stemming from a natural gas pipeline explosion in 2010 that killed eight people near San Francisco, California's chief utility regulator ...

    4. California regulators approved a record $1.6-billion fine against the state's largest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric Co., even as the new president of the Public Utilities Commission publicly questioned the company’s commitment to safety.

    5. PG&E is facing a $1.6 billion penalty for the deadly 2010 gas pipeline explosion and fire in San Bruno and may also be forced to split up its gas and electric operations.

    6. Natural gas pipeline explosion killed eight people in San Francisco suburb of San Bruno in 2010

    7. PG&E Ordered to Pay Record $1.6 Billion for Deadly Gas Blast

      Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceApr 09 13:56 PM

      California regulators imposed the largest penalty for a U.S. natural-gas utility, ordering PG&E Corp. to pay $1.6 billion for failures that led to a deadly 2010 natural gas pipeline explosion in a San Francisco suburb. A faulty weld on the pipeline caused an explosion and fire rupture that killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes in San Bruno, California. PG&E, owner of the state’s largest ...

    8. PG&E hit with $1.6 billion fine over deadly 2010 blast

      Martinez News-GazetteApr 12 3:03 AM

      The California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco today imposed a record $1.6 billion penalty on PG&E Co. for a fatal pipeline explosion in San Bruno in 2010. Commission Pres. Michael Picker said, “PG&E failed to uphold the public’s trust” and the penalty is intended to send “a painful signal” to PG&E of the imperative [...]

    9. SAN FRANCISCO -- State regulators on Thursday imposed a record-setting penalty of $1.6 billion on PG&E for causing a fatal explosion of natural gas in San Bruno more than four years ago.

    10. Money collected from ratepayers and earmarked for pipeline safety was instead spent on executive pay raises by the state's largest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric Co., in the months before a deadly pipeline explosion in 2010, lawmakers were told Wednesday.

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