PG&E reports $3.36 billion loss for 2000

HOUSTON, Apr. 17, 2001–Reflecting the turmoil in the California electricity markets, PG&E Corp. Monday reported a 2000 net loss of $3.36 billion, the result of an aftertax charge of $4.1 billion related to costs from the state energy crisis.


By the OGJ Online Staff

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