California State Seal PG&E Divestiture of Related Assets Environmental Review Website
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McArthur Swamp Land Exchange, A. 00-05-029

Welcome to the CPUC website dedicated to the communication of the environmental review process to the public. This website contains information related to the environmental review of 5 applications (A.00-05-029, A.00-05-030, A.00-05-034, and A.00-05-035) filed by PG&E to divest related assets and one filed by the San Pablo Bay Pipeline Company (A.00-12-008) to own and operate a pipeline (related to A.00-05-035) with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) during 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 & 2005. All proceedings are now closed. To view information about each of these applications select the appropriate link on either the left hand margin or bottom navigation links. Also found on this site are links to an ongoing history of this review process, contact information about the environmental review, information about the public review process, answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs), links to previous divestitures, and other divestiture-related links.

Disclaimer - While every attempt has been made to insure the consistency of these electronic pages with the actual published documents, some differences may yet exist between content presented here and the published documents. In such cases where differences occur the published document is the definitive source, not this website.

Burney Falls Land Exchange, A. 00-05-030
Kern Power Plant, A. 00-05-031
Humboldt Bay Power Plant, A. 00-05-034
Richmond - Pittsburg Pipeline, A. 00-05-035
Find out about the history of these 5 applications
Link to contact information
Find out about the public involvement process for these 5 applications
Frequently asked questions
Read about previous PG&E divestitures
Links to other relevant information websites

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