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News Release
2/25/2016
Posted by Jamie Court
Los Angeles, CA -- The nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog today warned Southern California drivers that they would be facing sticker shock at their gasoline pumps beginning this weekend as the state’s biggest oil refiners raised wholesale prices charged to station owners by 37 cents. The price hike accompanies the transition to summer blends...
News Story
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
The slide in California’s gasoline prices could abruptly end Friday, with prices possibly jumping 30 cents a gallon due to seasonal changes in the state’s refinery operations, a consumer advocacy group predicted Thursday. “The move marks an end to fire-sale prices on remaining winter stocks” of gasoline, Consumer Watchdog...
News Story
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
If you were impatiently waiting for the price of gas to drop below $2, summer-blend would like to have a word with you. Gas prices in Southern California are expected to climb 30 cents by Friday, according to advocacy group Consumer Watchdog in a report on CBS. Despite consistently tumbling oil prices, the price at the pump is...
News Story
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Gas prices in California are predicted to climb due to a switch to summer blend, according to consumer advocates. Consumer Watchdog says prices will spike 30 cents by Friday, explaining that the Los Angeles wholesale market jumped 52 cents per gallon because of the switch. “It’s definitely not obviously...
News Story
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Gas prices are about to soar dramatically, possibly increasing by 30 cents a gallon by the weekend, consumer advocates and an industry expert said Thursday. The increases are tied to the forthcoming switch to summer-blend gasoline, which is designed to reduce pollution in warmer weather and costs more to produce. Wholesale prices jumped 51 or...
News Story
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Despite recent slides in gasoline prices, Southern California drivers could be facing sticker shock at the pumps beginning this weekend after the state’s biggest oil refiners raised wholesale prices charged to gas station owners by 37 cents, warns nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog The price hike accompanies the transition to summer blends...
News Story
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Gas prices are inching higher in the Bay Area, but just be thankful you don’t have to fill-up in Southern California where prices could jump 37 cents a gallon this weekend. The Consumer Watchdog group said Thursday that the switch to the state’s more expensive summer blend of fuel triggered the increase. But the impact will not be as...
Video
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Consumer Watchdog research shows California drivers pay the most on average in the U.S., and the summer blend, which should only cost pennies more, will add around 37 cents per gallon for SoCal gas consumers.
News Story
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
According to the warning by a consumer advocate group, a return to the $3-range is imminent. Gas prices are about to soar dramatically, possibly increasing by 30 cents a gallon by the weekend, consumer advocates and an industry expert said Thursday. The increases are tied to the forthcoming switch to summer-blend gasoline, which is designed to...
Video
2/25/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Consumer Watchdog says SoCal consumers should fill up now while they can before an expected 37 cent increase overnight in gas prices due to oil company greed during the switch to summer blend.