PG&E Charged Ratepayers For Repairs They Didn’t Do

PG&E workpapers show that a section of pipeline in the immediate vicinity of the San Bruno explosion had been flagged as high risk, and that PG&E had received authorization to include the cost of the repair in rates as of  2009, but had not scheduled the actual repair until 2013.

PG&E workpapers show that a section of pipeline in the immediate vicinity of the San Bruno explosion had been flagged as high risk, and that PG&E had received authorization to include the cost of the repair in rates as of 2009, but had not scheduled the actual repair until 2013.

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PG&E Ratecase 2008 Approval To Raise Rates To Repair San Bruno Pipeline
PG&E Ratecase 2010 Request For Funds To Repair Pipeline That Was Already Funded By Ratepayers And Not Repaired