SoCalGas trenched up your old gas line, laid new pipe from the street to your house, and covered it all back up for $1,048?
PG&E said if they had to trench up an old line and put in a new one, that could be upwards to around $15,000. But just shortening an existing line should be only a few grand.
The old line was in the neighbors property and then splits off to my property at the meter. What they did was cap off at the split, and ran a new line from the street to my property. SoCalGas used a sub-contractor for the work.