Tony Earley

CEO Says San Bruno Explosion Could Cost PG&E $1 BillionPG&E president and CEO Tony Earley said Thursday that civil settlements and potential fines stemming from a fatal gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno two years ago could cost the company more than $1 billion.
PG&E Tries To Repair Image From San Bruno Blast In New CampaignAs Pacific Gas & Electric Co. faces a criminal investigation and lawsuits over the 2010 pipeline explosion in San Bruno, the utility’s new leadership is rolling out a campaign to regain public trust.
PG&E Earns $260M Last Quarter, Shareholders Meeting Met By ProtestsPG&E is reporting higher earnings this last quarter than the same time last year despite penalties from the San Bruno pipeline explosion.
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