Some Sacramento Residents Leery Of Plan To Store Natural Gas Under HomesThere's a plan to store natural gas underground below hundreds of people's homes in south Sacramento, and it's pitting neighbor against neighbor.
Safety Expert Concerned Over PG&E PipelinesPacific Gas and Electric Co. has exceeded the designated maximum pressure on its natural gas pipelines more than 120 times since the 2010 deadly pipeline explosion in San Bruno.
PG&E Seeks To Avoid Paying Punitive DamagesPacific Gas & Electric Co. wants to avoid paying punitive damages to survivors of the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion, saying the blast was an accident rather than the result of mismanagement.
PG&E Agrees To Pay $70 Million For San Bruno Blast Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has agreed to pay $70 million in restitution for the California pipeline explosion that killed eight people in 2010.
San Francisco Sues Feds Over Pipeline SafetySan Francisco is suing the federal agency in charge of enforcing gas pipeline safety, saying it "abjectly failed" to help prevent a deadly explosion in a nearby suburb.
PG&E Faces New State Investigation Of San BrunoThe California Public Utilities Commission is poised to investigate whether Pacific Gas & Electric Co. broke state or federal pipeline regulations in the years leading up to the fatal San Bruno blast.
NTSB Faults PG&E, Regulators In San Bruno ExplosionA federal safety panel unanimously concluded Tuesday that a series of actions by one of the nation's largest gas companies caused a gas explosion last year that killed eight people and incinerated a suburban neighborhood near San Francisco.
PG&E's Second-Quarter Profits RisePG&E Corp.'s earnings climbed 9 percent in the second quarter, as a revenue boost from two rate case settlements offset costs related to last year's San Bruno gas pipeline explosion.
Work To Resume On San Bruno PipelinePacific Gas & Electric Co. crews were expected to resume work this week in digging up an abandoned segment of natural gas pipeline that was once part of the line that exploded in San Bruno last year.
PG&E Begins Digging Up Old San Bruno PipelinePacific Gas & Electric Co. has started digging up an abandoned segment of pipe that was once part of the gas line that exploded in San Bruno last year.
PG&E Amends Filing, Doesn’t Blame San Bruno Blast VictimsA California utility company says a court filing in response to lawsuits over the fatal San Bruno pipeline explosion was not intended to hold victims at fault in any way for the blast.
New Details Emerge On San Bruno Pipeline's Prior LeakA California utility under fire for a deadly pipeline explosion is revealing that key information it gave federal investigators about past problems on its ruptured gas line is being called into question by some employees.
PG&E Says Pipe That Blew Had A Prior LeakNearly nine months after federal investigators began probing a deadly pipeline explosion near San Francisco, a California utility quietly revealed its ruptured line had sprung a leak in a nearby spot years before, a top safety official said.
PG&E Exec. Resigns In Wake Of Calif Pipeline Blast Pacific Gas & Electric Co.'s top executive is stepping down following a "challenging year" that included a natural gas pipeline explosion in a San Francisco suburb that killed eight and left 38 homes destroyed, the company announced Thursday.
1994 Gas Pipe Upgrade Didn't Include CA Blast SpotRecords show utility crews replaced five miles of aging gas pipes under a Northern California neighborhood less than two decades ago but stopped just short of a segment that ruptured and exploded last year.