December 28, 2015 | Mark Paradies

What Does an Accident Cost? After $1.6 Billion in Sanctions, PG&E Faces More Fines.

A Judge in California has ruled that PG&E must face charges that it knowingly and willfully violated minimum pipeline standards in the 2010 explosion that killed 8 people.

State regulators have already imposed $1.6 billion in civil sanctions. PG&E faces and additional $565 million in penalties as part of these charges.

For more information, see: http://www.gasprocessingnews.com/news/pge-to-face-most-charges-over-deadly-california-gas-pipeline-blast.aspx

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