Electric Fuels

PG&E's Electric Fuels department manages gas supply and gas price risk for PG&E's electric portfolio. We purchase and sell natural gas, gas financial products, transportation and storage services.

Products and Markets

We purchase and sell gas supplies from producers and marketers in Canada and the western United States on a daily, monthly and longer term basis. We transport those supplies for use in PG&E's owned, contracted, and allocated electric generation facilities, on a variety of interstate and intrastate pipelines. We utilize natural gas storage facilities. We transact a variety of gas financial products to manage gas price risk.

If you are interested in becoming one of our suppliers, you must fulfill Pacific Gas and Electric Company's credit requirements and initiate a contract with our Contract Administrator. If you are new to the California market, a good first step is to call one of our managers for information and assistance. If your company is at least 51% minority-owned, women-owned, or disabled veteran-owned, please see our supplier diversity section below.

How to contact us

Contact namePhone numberAIM Contact
Director
Peter Koszalka
415.971.8634pete.koszalka

Manager
Michael Kowalewski
415.972.5589michael.kowalewski
Gas Scheduling
Lee Askim
415.973.8229
Leeaskim
Gas Trading
Mark Muranishi
415.973.8094mark.muranishi
Contracts
Charlotte Baxter
415.973.6720N/A
Gas Trading
Felipe Ibarra
415.973.4145
felipe.ibarra
Financial Trading
John Ulloa
415.973.0535
john_ulloa
Physical Gas Trading
Kevin DeRoberts
415-973-3270kevin.deroberts

Our mailing address:
P.O. Box 770000
Mail Code B25F
San Francisco, CA 94177

Our street address (for courier services):
77 Beale Street
Mail Code B25F
San Francisco, CA 94105

Fax: 415.973.0400

Supplier Diversity

PG&E is an equal opportunity gas buyer. We encourage supplier relationships with women-owned, minority-owned and disabled veteran-owned business enterprises (WMDVBEs) that can provide competitive prices and services.

  • Women and Minority Business Enterprises (WMBEs)
    To participate as a WMBE, you must be certified by the CPUC WMBE Clearinghouse (Asian Inc.) (Call (800) 359-7998 for an application). The certificate application is free, and certification is valid for three years. The clearinghouse also accepts WMBE verification from comparable agencies in other states. Once verified, your firm is included in a database accessed by all participating California utilities. For more information on the state-wide supplier diversity program, including a description of the program and a list of current certified suppliers, visit the California Public Utilities Commission website.
  • Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBEs)
    DVBE applicants should contact the Office of Small Business Certification and Resources (OSBCR) for more information at (916) 375-4940. Disabled veterans who are California residents and whose principal office is in California are eligible to participate. The certification application is free and can be obtained through the OSBCR website. Certified DVBEs are posted in a database maintained by the OSBCR and available to all participating California utilities and state agencies.
  • Our contract administrator can answer questions and assist you with your WMBE or DVBE certificate applications. General information on Pacific Gas and Electric Company's corporate-wide WMDVBE purchasing and contracting programs is available on our Supplier Diversity page.

Request for Offers

Pacific Gas and Electric Company Electric Fuels invites producers and suppliers to submit an Offer meeting the specifications for the specifications for the Request for Offers for Rocky Mountain Gas Supply (closed).