Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Shoppers can now save on groceries when they buy gas at ExxonMobil.
Tuesday, February 12
Dominick’s and ExxonMobil have teamed up to provide Dominick’s shoppers a new way to save at the pump. Dominick’s shoppers and Mobil customers can now earn Reward Points for most products purchased at Dominick’s stores and redeem their Reward Points at participating Mobil locations, according to a press release. This new loyalty program will help maximize the value and savings provided to Dominick’s and Mobil customers through the combination of convenience and rewards. According to a recent Dominick’s survey, one-third of families go out of their way to look for deals because saving money is important to them. Nearly three out of four people will drive out of their way to purchase more affordable gas, and 76 percent of consumers said they…
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow and Illinois Attorney General are holding ExxonMobil accountable for last month's oil leak.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan laid down the law with ExxonMobil Thursday, ordering the oil behemoth to pay up, figure out how it screwed up, and fix whatever damage was down. The SA and the AG filed an agreed order requiring ExxonMobil Oil to investigate the cause of the burst of oil mist at the company’s refinery in Channahon Township on Oct. 19, and take specific actions to ensure it does not occur again. According to a statement released by Glasgow's office, the agreed order requires ExxonMobil to: The agreed order also requires ExxonMobil to pay up to $50,000 to Madigan’s office and the Illinois EPA for costs associated with the response and oversight, and another $20,000 to …
Friday, October 19, 2012
An oily substance discharged from the ExxonMobil plant in Channahon has forced the closure of Arsenal Road.
Sheriff's deputies shut down a seven-mile stretch of Arsenal Road after an oily substance escaped into the air from the Channahon ExxonMobil plant Friday morning. Arsenal Road was closed from Interstate 55 east to Baseline Road and will stay closed for the remainder of the day, according to the Will County Sheriff's Department. The leak was cut off but the cleanup was continuing Friday afternoon. Deputy Chief Ken Kaupas of the sheriff's department said the substance is not hazardous but recommended washing cars exposed to it. "You don't want to drive through this stuff," said Kaupas, who identified the substance as "oil or diesel." The sheriff's department advised citizens to submit car wash receipts to ExxonMobil for reimbursement. Police…