PG&E suspends dividends; makes appeal on gas

PG&E Corp. Chairman Robert D. Glynn Jr. said it took action to conserve cash and meet operational expenses, including buying power and natural gas for customers.

Jan. 10, 2001–Power is so tight in the Pacific Northwest, Bonneville Power Administration, the region’s biggest supplier, is faced with a potential shortfall of 3,000 MW, while the regionwide deficit amounts to an estimated 400-600 MW.

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