CONTACT: Liza Tucker , 310-392-055 x308
30. April 2015
Refiners Remain Silent Because Law Does Not Require them to Disclose Information
Santa Monica, CA—The price of a gallon of regular gas in California spiked up another 40 cents this week and now stands at $3.59 a gallon at the pump due to fresh problems refineries have tried to conceal, Consumer Watchdog said today. Californians are now paying exactly a dollar more than the US average.Continue reading...
CONTACT: Liza Tucker , 310-392-0522, x308
28. April 2015
Santa Monica, CA – Consumer Watchdog today said that a price spike of 28 cents per gallon at the pump over the last week was likely caused by a refinery outage or other refinery problems that the public is not privy to, and called on the California Senate to act.Continue reading...
CONTACT: Jamie Court , 310-392-0075
9. April 2015
Santa Monica, CA — California drivers paid $1 billion extra at the pump in March, when compared to the national average gas price charged to U.S. drivers, according to an analysis of the latest government data by Consumer Watchdog. The nonprofit consumer group said refiners continued to reap a windfall in the wake of refinery […]Continue reading...
CONTACT: Jamie Court firstname.lastname@example.org
7. April 2015
Santa Monica, CA — The nonprofit group Consumer Watchdog said that California legislation being debated today to cut petroleum demand in half will radically reduce the price of fuel in California.Continue reading...