'There's No More Space': Oil Tankers Crowd Outside Of Largest U.S. Port With Nowhere To UnloadOff the coast of Southern California, several massive oil tankers have turned the waters surrounding the nation's largest port complex into a floating parking lot.
Crude Awakening: As Gas Prices Continue To Go Up, Drivers Are Anything But Down With ItIn a memo to Governor Newsom -- the California Energy Commission has concluded "market manipulation" may be one factor in why the state's gas prices are so high.
Get Ready For The Most Expensive Driving Season In YearsCrude oil prices are at the highest level in more than three years and expected to climb higher, pushing up gasoline prices along the way.
California Oil Spill Might Be Larger Than ProjectedNo timeline has been set to restart the pipeline.
Request By Exxon To Haul Oil After Pipeline Break DeniedThe move came on the same day that California lawmakers formed a special legislative committee to investigate the May spill that caused as much as 101,000 gallons of oil to blacken beaches and create an ocean slick.
Critics Of Offshore Drilling Express Concern Amid Oil Spill Off Santa Barbara CoastAs emergency crews work to clean up thousands of gallons of crude oil near Santa Barbara, critics of offshore drilling say they're concerned about the safety of pipelines that run up and down the coast.
Are Oil Trains To Drive Down Gas Prices Worth The Risk?The debate over the transport of crude oil by rail has returned to the forefront as some California refineries have obtained permission to build terminals to accommodate oil trains.
Goldenwest Street Remains Closed As Crews Clean Up Oil SpillCrews have spent the weekend cleaning up hundreds of gallons of crude oil that bubbled up from a break in an underground pipeline on Goldenwest Street Friday.
Oil Seep Shuts Traffic On Huntington Beach StreetCrude oil has seeped from beneath a busy street in Huntington Beach, forming a dark puddle that has halted traffic.
Stocks Rise On Hopes For New Greek Aid PackageNew hopes that a deal would be reached for Greece to avoid defaulting on its debts sent stocks higher Tuesday. The market gave up some of its gains following a surprise drop in U.S. consumer confidence.
Inland Empire Gas Prices Rise To Highest Since Fall 2008The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in the Inland Empire rose Monday to its highest amount since Oct. 7, 2008, increasing 1.3 cents to $3.53.
Water Restored To Several Long Beach Businesses Days After Oil FoundHotel guests near the Port of Long Beach have been warned not to shower or drink tap water after an investigative report shows crude oil contamination in and around the harbor.
Water Shutdown In Long Beach Still In EffectOfficials continue to test the water in and around the Port of Long Beach to figure out the source of the contamination that has shut off water to nearby hotels for the past two days.