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January 29, 2019

PG&E Corporation Chapter 11


From the PG&E Corporation Declaration

"The multitude of pending claims and lawsuits, and the thousands of additional claims that will be asserted, made it abundantly clear that
PG&E could not continue to address those claims and potential liabilities in the California state court system, continue to deliver safe and reliable service to its 16 million customers, and remain economically viable."

"PG&E’s potential liability with respect to the 2017 and 2018 Northern California wildfires could exceed $30 billion, without taking into account potential punitive damages, fines and penalties or damages with respect to “future claims.” Under certain circumstances, PG&E’s potential liability could be substantially greater. Further, as described more fully below, PG&E’s potential liability is exacerbated by the unique doctrine of “inverse condemnation,” which imposes strict liability on PG&E regardless of whether it was negligent, and by the continuing uncertainty surrounding PG&E’s ability to recover costs associated with inverse condemnation."

"As of January 11, 2019, PG&E was aware of approximately 700 complaints on behalf of at least 3,600 plaintiffs related to the 2017 Northern California wildfires, five of which seek to be certified as class actions. These cases have been coordinated in the San Francisco County Superior Court"


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