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6/3/2016
By Cody Rosenfield
Update:  The clock last reset on October 910th after an unplanned shutdown at PBF's Torrance refinery. The refinery went offline after a 25 minute power outage in Torrance.   When refineries go down, gasoline prices go up.  That's why we started the clock on the next "unplanned" refinery outage: the Golden State...
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3/30/2016
Consumer advocates say federal authorities should investigate potential price gouging of consumers by oil companies.
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2/26/2016
Jamie Court appears on FOX Midday Sunday to discuss Consumer Watchdog's fight against oil company price gouging in California.
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2/26/2016
Jamie Court appears on FOX Midday Sunday to discuss Consumer Watchdog's latest campaigns, including fight back against oil company price gouging in California, and Google's proposed self-driving cars and whether they are safe yet or not.
News Release
2/25/2016
CONTACT Jamie Court & Cody Rosenfield
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...
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2/25/2016
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.
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2/25/2016
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.
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2/9/2016
Jamie Court of Consumer Watchdog explains how oil companies purposefully kept gas supplies low in California to drive prices, and their profits, up artificially.
News Release
2/8/2016
CONTACT Jamie Court & Cody Rosenfield
Santa Monica, CA -- Consumer Watchdog delivered a report today to a state panel finding that California’s largest oil refiners calibrated imports and exports of gasoline to artificially inflate gasoline prices during the first nine months of 2015, when gas prices were consistently $1 per gallon higher than the nationwide average. The report...
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2/8/2016
Gouging by oil companies could be one reason California drivers pay about 76 cents more for a gallon of regular gas than motorists elsewhere in the nation, a state government panel was told by Consumer Watchdog on Monday.