PG&E Pipe Upgrades to Take Longer, Cost More, CEO Says

San Francisco-based Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) has determined that its multi-billion-dollar, multi-year effort to upgrade its transmission pipeline system will now take longer and cost more than previously expected, PG&E senior executives said Tuesday.

February 10, 2015

St. Johns Lateral Approved, but Tribal Issues Remain Hot

For the second time this fall, Canada’s National Energy Boardserved notice it will not halt gas pipeline projects to awaitresolutions of age-old Indian grievances but it did issue a pleafor both sides in a dispute to make peace for the good of allconcerned. The signal arrived in an approval of a second Maritimesspur, called the Saint John Lateral, off the new Maritimes &Northeast pipeline. The $62 million lateral is designed to servedomestic customers in New Brunswick along its route to New Englandfrom the Sable Offshore Energy Project.

December 6, 1999