News: PG&E Corp (PCG.N)
12 Dec 2013
Tue, Dec 10 2013
* After initial doubts, PGE committed to Opole power project
WARSAW, Dec 6 - Poland's biggest power producer PGE will start work in February next year on its 11.6-billion zloty project to build a coal-fired power plant at Opole in the south of Poland, a company spokesman said on Friday.
LONDON - World shares edge back from near six year highs as investor's worry the latest rally may have been overdone. Concern over when the Federal Reserve may trim its stimulus limits the dollar's losses. (MARKETS-GLOBAL/ (WRAPUP 4), expect by 1000 GMT/5 AM ET, by Richard Hubbard, 500 words)
WARSAW, Nov 15 - China's Shanghai Electric has placed the lowest, 3.09-billion zloty ($992 million) bid to build a 430-450 megawatt lignite-fired unit for Poland's largest utility PGE, PGE said on Friday.
Oct 15 - California power company PG&E Corp said it reduced the 1,122-megawatt Unit 1 at the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant to 50 percent power on Monday to work on a feedwater pump. The company said in an email on Tuesday that it decided to reduce Unit 1 after one of two main feedwater pumps malfunctioned. Feedwater pumps are part of the non-nuclear, steam side of the plant. Their purpose is to increase the pressure of water high enough to enter the steam generator. PG
Oct 15 - California power company PG&E Corp said Tuesday it reduced the 1,122-megawatt Unit 1 at the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant to 50 percent power on Monday to work on a feedwater pump.
* Beats forecasts thanks to cost cuts (Adds details, analyst comment)
By Scott DiSavino July 3 - The California power grid operator passed its first heat wave test of 2013 without the San Onofre nuclear plant and another reactor at the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant without much trouble. PG&E Corp's 1,122-megawatt (MW) Unit 1 at the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant, the biggest unit in the Golden State, shut on June 27 before the heat wave started and returned on July 2 as the weather started to moderate. "California did manage to squeak by yesterday
(Adds latest from PG&E on Diablo Canyon and power prices for Tuesday) By Scott DiSavino July 1 - California's power grid operator on Monday issued a rare plea for customers in the north of the state to conserve energy over the next couple days as a heat wave blanketing the region is expected to peak just as the work week begins. As consumers cranked up their air conditioners to escape the brutal heat, power prices in California markets jumped to at least five-year highs.
* PGE's $3.5 bln new power project to relaunch in the summer
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- PG&E Proposes Residential Electric Rate Reforms
- PG&E Fulfills Two Additional NTSB Recommendations By Further Enhancing Pipeline Integrity Management Program
- PG&E, MidAmerican Transmission, Citizens Energy Corporation to develop 70-mile electric transmission line
- PG&E Installs 100th Automated Valve Since 2011
- PG&E Ranked Among Top-100 Military-Friendly Employers
- New PG&E Helicopter Patrols Help Prevent Construction Accidents By Third Party Excavators