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PG&E Gas Explosion: Why did a Neighborhood go up in Flames?

PG&E San Bruno Gas Explosion Fire 2010

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has vouched for the safety of 1,000 miles of high-pressure gas pipeline since the 2010 San Bruno explosion even though it lacks the records required by federal regulations to do so, the watchdog arm of the state Public Utilities Commission alleged.
In a regulatory filing Wednesday, the Office of Ratepayer Advocates urges the commission to fine PG&E $163 million or more for what it calls the utility’s “intentional misrepresentations” to state regulators related to pipeline safety over at least three years. Continue Reading Article

Anytime you transport flammable liquids and gas, there is a significant risk to health and property. It makes one wonder just how many “questionable” areas PG&E has remaining…

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