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PG&E monthly gas bills could soon soar

In a long-delayed aftershock of the 2010 San Bruno pipeline blast, the amount of money Pacific Gas and Electric Co. collects from customers each year to upgrade its natural gas

PG&E Penalties Will Benefit Ratepayers

by  Joseph P. Como and Thomas LongPublished in the San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, February 5, 2014 As ratepayer advocates in the San Bruno investigations at the California Public Utilities Commission,

Commission returns PG&E fine amid San Bruno concerns

More confusion at the CPUC The California Public Utilities Commissionhas returned $375,000 that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. paid as a natural-gas safety penalty, after regulators realized that accepting the

PG&E opens a new gas pipeline control center

Customers still can’t trust PG&E In an upgrade prompted by the deadly San Bruno gas pipeline blast, PG&E has opened a $38 million state-of-the-art complex in San Ramon that is