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12/17/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Jamie Court of Consumer Watchdog explains how Californians are getting gouged at the gas pump and paid $10 billion more than the rest of the U.S. this year due to oil company greed.
News Story
12/17/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
December 17, 2015 -- Just how much more did Californian drivers allegedly overpay for their gas in 2015? Try $10 billion, according to Santa Monica-based Consumer Watchdog. Speaking at a meeting Wednesday of a special state advisory panel on the oil industry in Sacramento on Wednesday, Consumer Watchdog President Jamie Court said evidence shows...
News Release
12/16/2015
Posted by Jamie Court
Sacramento, CA -- Consumer Watchdog today revealed to a state oversight panel new tactics by which California oil refiners had their most profitable years ever and state drivers paid more at the pump than ever before compared to US drivers. The nonprofit group said that California drivers will have paid $10 billion extra for their gasoline by year...
News Story
12/16/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Click here to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment. (KGO) – The California Energy Commission is holding a hearing today to address the issue of why gas prices are usually higher here in California. Consumer Watchdog President Jamie Court is charging the oil companies with gouging us at the pump. “California oil refiners...
Video
12/16/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Jamie Court of Consumer Watchdog says oil companies are gouging Californians on gas prices to the tune of $10 billion extra in 2015.
News Story
12/16/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
California's stubbornly high gasoline prices resulted from state regulations, trouble with imports and an outage at a major refinery, the oil refining industry told regulators Wednesday. Speaking to the state Petroleum Market Advisory Committee for the first time since expensive California gasoline brought huge profits to oil refineries this...
News Story
12/2/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Much of the nation is paying $2 or less for a gallon of regular gasoline for the first time since spring 2009. But in California, drivers are shelling out significantly more — and the price gap has gotten wider in recent weeks. The Los Angeles area has been hit particularly hard. L.A. motorists are paying an average price that is 75 cents a...
News Release
10/29/2015
Posted by Jamie Court
Santa Monica, CA – The two California refiners that break out California-specific profits today reported their most lucrative California quarters ever. Tesoro’s & Valero’s quarterly reports for July through September help explain why Californians have paid a dollar per gallon over the US average during 2015, Consumer Watchdog...
News Release
10/28/2015
Posted by Jamie Court
Santa Monica, CA – California’s 4th largest oil refiner reported today that it made its highest profits ever on oil refining in California this summer. Consumer Watchdog said the investor reports prove that the state’s excessive gasoline prices, which were a dollar more than the US average this summer, were pure profit for the...
News Story
10/16/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
An expert energy advisory panel may recommend that state regulators consider easing the air board's clean fuel standards under certain circumstances to help prevent gasoline price spikes, along with several other options including the establishment of a "strategic inventory" of California-compliant fuel. At the same time, smaller...