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PG&E to declare bankruptcy amid multibillion-dollar liability claims for its part in California wildfires

euronews Monday, 14 January 2019
PG&E to declare bankruptcy amid multibillion-dollar liability claims for its part in California wildfires"This is the biggest utility failure I've seen," said one analyst.
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News video: PG&E Customers Likely To Pay More After Utility Files Bankruptcy

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Melissa Caen reports on higher rates facing consumer once PG&E files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy (1-14-2018)

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