Californians get charged more per gallon than any other state 

Californians make record profits as crude rises despite lower crude oil prices and no change in tariffs 

PBF Energy's report shows oil companies are charging Californians more, making record profits. 

Earning more profit from Californians than any other state

Refining company profit increased to $1.06 billion from $59.1 million at this time last year 

Shell posted profits to $9.45 billion, up from $4.1 billion last year

In the starting of this week, Valero also set a record profit

Which increased by more than 500% to $2.82 billion compared to last year's $463 million.

Californians saw an increase in prices at the pump, despite the low crude oil price and no change in tariffs.