Oil Sheen Reported On San Pablo Bay Near Phillips 66 RefineryAn oil spill was reported Monday morning in the San Pablo Bay near the Phillips 66 refinery in Contra Costa County.
Climate Deal Swing Votes Among Top Oil Money Recipients In CaliforniaCalifornia Assembly members considered swing votes on legislation to reduce carbon emissions among top recipients of oil companies' funds.
Philips 66 Wants To Double Oil Tankers Arriving At Rodeo RefineryThe oil company, Phillips 66, wants to double the number of tankers bringing in crude oil to the Bay Area every year.
Air District Issues Nuisance Violations For Oil Sheen In San Pablo Bay Last YearThe Sept., 2017 incident prompted a shelter-in-place order, 1,430 odor complaints from the public and 100 hospital visits.
Arabian Crude Oil Headed To Phillips 66 Refinery Ended Up In San Pablo BayArabian crude oil moved from a tanker to the Phillips 66 refinery in Rodeo was source of oil sheen visible on the San Pablo Bay last month.
Oil Spill Near Phillips 66 Refinery, Tanker Remains MysteriousInvestigators are still trying to figure out how two large oil sheens near Phillips 66's Rodeo refinery ended up in the San Pablo Bay.
Health Advisory Issued After Flare-Up At Phillips 66 Refinery in RodeoHazardous materials officials lifted a health alert Sunday afternoon for the Rodeo community in Contra Costa County, a Contra Costa County hazmat official said.
Flaring At Phillips Refinery In Rodeo Visible For MilesFlaring at a refinery in the East Bay late Monday night was visible for miles and prompted many calls to the fire department.
Berkeley City Council Votes To Oppose Crude By Rail PlanThe Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a resolution that opposes plans by Phillips 66 to transport crude oil through Berkeley and other East Bay cities to a new refinery rail spur in San Luis Obispo County.
Phillips 66 To Pay $230K For Rodeo Refinery ViolationsPhillips 66 has agreed to pay a $230,900 penalty to settle air quality violations at its Rodeo refinery in 2008 and 2009, Bay Area Air Quality Management District officials announced Monday.