Drivers whose vehicles have been affected by bad gas from BP are threatening to take action.
BP said Thursday it has fixed the problem that forced a recall of fuel in Northwest Indiana, the Chicago area, and the Milwaukee area, but has halted sales of premium and midgrade gas in those areas.
The Indiana Attorney General has opened an investigation into BP’s handling of the bad gasoline produced at its Whiting, Ind., refinery and its dealings with motorists whose vehicles were affected.
Another torrent of complaints are expected to cascade into the petroleum giant BP – in the wake of a bad batch of gas that was sold in at least three states.
Mechanical problems could be caused by unleaded regular gasoline that came from the company’s Whiting, Ind. facility between Aug. 13 and 17.
The good news keeps coming when it comes to gas prices.
Workers at the BP refinery in Whiting, Ind., were shocked to find two dead monkeys in a shipping crate Wednesday.
Plaintiffs who sued BP over its refinery in Whiting, Ind., say a $400 million settlement will improve the health of people who live near the plant.
Don’t buy gasoline in my town. That’s the message from the mayor of New Lenox.
There’s one positive side to the turmoil in the financial markets. Experts say gas prices should continue dropping for the next 90 days or so.
Gasoline prices are at record levels in Chicago, and now some drivers are being charged extra just for using a credit card.
It was an exciting year for the Nation and Chicago. Take a look at some of the best and worst memories as we say goodbye to 2010.