Northern California’s Pacific Gas & Electric is looking to sell nearly 20 public-access compressed natural gas fueling stations, and has extended the deadline to reply to an initial RFI until January 17.
“In essence, we are looking for a third party to purchase the equipment but continue to operate the facilities in the PG&E Service Centers,” PG&E says.
“No land sales are involved.”
A more detailed solicitation could be forthcoming as soon as next month. “We hope to complete a transaction and make a Section 851 filing with the [California Public Utility Commission] in Q2 2012,” the RFI says.
But, PG&E warns, “It will likely be 2013 before a transaction closes, presuming CPUC approval.”
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