PG&E President Chris Johns talks about how a $70 million settlement with the City of San Bruno is another step on the road toward rebuilding and healing for that city. In this Currents video interview, Johns talked about the specifics of the agreement, how PG&E continues to work with victims of the tragic 2010 natural gas accident and how the company is working to make its gas operations the safest in the nation.
Posted on March 12, 2012
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