June 2016, Vol. 243, No. 6

Features

Report Card: Has PG&E Passed the Test?

Santa Cruz, CA, population 62,864, is a coastal, university enclave situated 75 miles south of San Francisco on the northern edge Monterey Bay in the southern part Northern California. A college town with a branch of the University of California and all the trappings, it also is the location for a corridor of one of Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s (PG&E) major north-south, large-diameter natural gas transmission pipelines, not unlike one 50 miles to the north that ruptured causing a fatal explosion in September 2010 that carried sea changes still being felt nearly six years later. San Francisco-based PG&E, one of the nation’s largest investor-owned utilities with 6,700 miles of high

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