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News Story
9/23/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Members of a consumer-advocacy group accused ExxonMobil today of trying to subvert an investigation into a February explosion at the company's Torrance refinery, saying the firm is refusing to turn over requested documents and hiding an employee key to the probe from investigators. "Exxon is denying documents requested under subpoena by...
News Story
9/23/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
A business ethics expert slammed ExxonMobil’s conduct as more egregious than Volkswagen’s as more allegations surfaced Wednesday about the oil giant’s apparent stonewalling in the face of regulatory scrutiny. Professor Stephen Byars contrasted ExxonMobil’s behavior in the aftermath of a February explosion to revelations...
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9/23/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Consumer Watchdog accused ExxonMobil today of trying to subvert an investigation into a February explosion at the company's Torrance refinery, saying the firm is refusing to turn over requested documents and hiding an employee key to the probe from investigators.
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9/23/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Consumer Watchdog accused Exxon of withholding vital information from investigators looking into the explosion at it's Torrance refinery that has helped cause California gas prices to skyrocket.
News Story
9/11/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Exxon Mobil's plan to increase production at its Torrance refinery appears on track for approval, which could help lower gasoline prices in the Los Angeles region within weeks. The latest schedule would bring Exxon Mobil Corp. before the South Coast Air Quality Management District on Thursday seeking permission to use an old pollution-control...
News Release
9/11/2015
Posted by Liza Tucker
SANTA MONICA, CA – Consumer Watchdog today asked the California Attorney General and US Attorneys to investigate the oil industry for mail fraud when its trade association sent out a mass mailing this week with a fraudulent web site address or URL attacking climate change legislation. The mailer deceived the recipients about the oil industry...
News Story
9/10/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
U.S. gasoline prices are projected to fall through the end of the year to almost $2 a gallon -- but California drivers won't be so fortunate. The U.S. Energy Information Administration said Wednesday that low oil prices and the end of the summer driving season will continue to propel a decline in gasoline prices nationwide. AAA reported the...
News Release
9/3/2015
Posted by Jamie Court
Santa Monica, CA – A new analysis by Consumer Watchdog shows Californians have paid $5.3 billion extra for their gasoline due to the higher amount Californians are charged than the rest of the nation since February. As Labor Day weekend approaches, Californians are paying 88 cents more than the national average. The analysis shows...
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9/3/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
As Labor Day weekend approaches, Californians are paying 88 cents more than the national average due to oil refiners keeping our state's inventory low enough to gouge us at the pump, says Consumer Watchdog.
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9/3/2015
Posted by Mark Reback
Consumer Watchdog explains how oil companies are purposefully keeping refinery inventories very low to gouge Californians at the pump.