San Bruno Pipeline
Two Peninsula lawmakers introduced a bill in the California Legislature Friday that would bar PG&E from taking state tax deductions on up to $1.3 billion of a $1.6 billion penalty levied on the utility in connection with a fatal pipeline explosion in San Bruno.
A San Bruno city official says lead attorneys probing a deadly pipeline explosion for state regulators have abruptly quit the investigation.
The memo found that the pipeline that exploded in 2010 in San Bruno had a history of bad welding.
The head of Pacific Gas and Electric Company acknowledged Tuesday that the utility company is responsible for a deadly natural gas pipeline explosion.
Two top Pacific Gas & Electric Co. executives are resigning—one with a sizeable bonus—as the California utility reorganizes following the deadly explosion on one of its high-pressure gas lines in San Bruno.
A San Bruno city councilman says he has a concern about the intense focus on the investigation into last year’s deadly gas line explosion, and he’s worried not enough attention is being paid to the victims of the fire.
A Bay Area lawmaker is vowing to re-introduce her pipeline safety bill when the new Congress convenes this week.