PG&E Ordered to Report to Regulators Before Raising Gas Pressure
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State regulators say PG&E must report to the full board of the California Public Utilities Commission before the company raises pressure on natural gas pipelines running through densely populated areas.
In February, the commission ordered PG&E to drop the pressure in certain pipelines as a safety precaution following the San Bruno pipeline explosion.
The company wanted a faster approval process citing the need to move quickly to meet increased energy demands.
Today marks the one year anniversary of the San Bruno blast that killed eight people.
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