California’s Worst Neighbors: The Oil & Gas Industry – CA Climate Accountability Project

California’s Worst Neighbors: The Oil & Gas Industry

California prides itself on safe communities and a clean future. But Big Oil companies are playing a dangerous game, consistently harming the environment and public health.

CCAP’s new interactive map lets you explore how Oil & Gas activities may be impacting your neighborhood.

Specific examples include:

  • Misusing ratepayer dollars to fight climate action: Californians pay for reliable energy, not to block solutions for a cleaner future.
    • SoCalGas Billed At Least $36 Million To Ratepayers For Political Lobbying To Undermine California Policies Aimed At The Climate Crisis Between 2019 And 2023
  • Suing communities for health protections: Shouldn’t these companies be prioritizing the health of Californians?
    • Chevron & PBF Energy Recently Sued the Air District Over New Bay Area Refinery Pollution Rule
  • Neglecting to properly maintain oil infrastructure: Leaking pipes near homes, schools, and hospitals pose a serious risk.
    • Chevron Allowed Cymric Oil Field Spill To For 113 Days, Spilling 1.2 Million Gallons Of Oil & Wastewater

 

Big Oil and Gas’s greed is putting Californians at risk. 

SEARCH THE MAP: HAVE OIL & GAS HAVE BEEN A BAD NEIGHBOR TO YOU?