- The San Luis Obispo TribuneApr 18 20:38 PM
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 »
- KFSN-TV FresnoApr 09 10:48 AM
California regulators vote to penalize PG&E $1.6 billion for deadly gas pipeline blast in San Bruno.
- 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 ...
- Los Angeles TimesApr 09 10:04 AM
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.
- KFSN-TV FresnoApr 09 14:17 PM
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.
- CBS NewsApr 09 14:57 PM
Natural gas pipeline explosion killed eight people in San Francisco suburb of San Bruno in 2010
- 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 ...
- 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 [...]
- Oakley NewsApr 09 13:32 PM
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.
- Los Angeles TimesMar 25 18:17 PM
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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