A massive fire roars through San Bruno after a PG&E natural gas pipeline exploded in 2010. The state recently levied a record $1.6 billion fine against the utility for the disaster, but the new head of the California Public Utilities Commission is asking if PG&E is too big.
A massive fire roars through San Bruno after a PG&E natural gas pipeline exploded in 2010. The state recently levied a record $1.6 billion fine against the utility for the disaster, but the new head of the California Public Utilities Commission is asking if PG&E is too big. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file
A massive fire roars through San Bruno after a PG&E natural gas pipeline exploded in 2010. The state recently levied a record $1.6 billion fine against the utility for the disaster, but the new head of the California Public Utilities Commission is asking if PG&E is too big. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file

Record fine is a good start, but PG&E is too big

April 14, 2015 5:01 PM

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