December 2018, Vol. 245, No. 12


Retiring Stavropoulos Leaves PG&E a Safer Utility

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor The floor-to-ceiling office window views of San Francisco Bay at the headquarters of one of the nation’s largest natural gas and electricity utilities, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E), are a stark contrast to the gritty streets of Cambridge, Mass., where Nick Stavropoulos was born and raised. Still, the two coastal locations have a common denominator for the recently retired president and chief operating officer of PG&E – at different points in his long gas industry career, he was responsible for the safety and reliability of the gas pipeline networks traversing both his native Massachusetts and his adopted City by the Bay.

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