PRESS RELEASES 2000 RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 10, 2000
Contact: Renee T. Parnell
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DAVID GEE APPOINTED VICE PRESIDENT FOR STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR PG&E CORPORATION

San Francisco – PG&E Corporation (NYSE: PCG) has appointed David S. Gee, 45, as Vice President for Strategic Planning. Gee brings to the new post more than 15 years of experience in strategic management consulting with McKinsey & Company.

In his new role at PG&E Corporation, Gee will help lead the development of the company’s overall strategy, with a focus on creating shareholder value.

“David Gee strengthens our management team,” said PG&E Corporation Chairman, CEO and President Robert D. Glynn, Jr. “He brings the experience and expertise necessary to make a major contribution as we look to grow our existing operations and leverage PG&E Corporation’s strengths in new ways.”

Gee’s experience at McKinsey & Company—where he was a Principal in the Global Energy Practice and a member of the European Petroleum, Electric Utility, and Chemicals Practice—encompassed all segments of the energy industry. Before joining McKinsey & Company, Gee was an associate with the consulting firm of Booz Allen & Hamilton in Houston, Texas. He also held several positions with Baker International in Houston, including a post as marketing manager.

Gee earned a master’s degree in management with a concentration in finance from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1978. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Virginia, where he graduated in 1976.

Gee reports to PG&E Corporation Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Peter A. Darbee.

PG&E Corporation, with 1999 operating revenues of almost $21 billion and operations in 21 states, markets energy services and products throughout North America through its National Energy Group. PG&E Corporation's businesses also include Pacific Gas and Electric Company, the Northern and Central California utility that deliver natural gas and electricity to one in every 20 Americans.


 

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