SoCalGas Launches Recovery Program For Black-Owned Restaurants Affected By COVID-19 PandemicSoCalGas announced Wednesday the launch of a recovery program for Black-owned restaurants in Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
SoCalGas Won’t Shut Off Service For Nonpayment During Coronavirus OutbreakThe company said it would not shut off service to customers who are struggling to pay their bill.
Ruptured Well Casing, Failed Safety Practices To Blame For Aliso Canyon Methane Leak, Report FindsThe Aliso Canyon methane leak was the worst in U.S. history and forced thousands of Porter Ranch residents to flee their homes.
SoCalGas Tells Customers To 'Dial It Down' As Cold Temperatures Grip SouthlandThe utility that supplies Southern California with natural gas is asking its customers to conserve energy as chilly, windy conditions sweep through the region.
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SoCalGas Project Reducing Sepulveda Lanes Until 2018SoCalGas will be conducting pipeline safety work on North Sepulveda Boulevard between Sepulveda Way and Casiano Road in Los Angeles.