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List of automotive fuel brands



This is a list of automotive fuel retail brands ("petrol" or "gasoline", "diesel", etc.) and their controlling oil companies.

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The format of this page is based on current ownership and where they largely operate:

  • Parent Company
    • Children (acquired companies and notable brands)


  • Admiral Oil Co. — Michigan
  • Afriquia — Morocco
  • Aldrees — Saudi Arabia
  • Amerika — South Florida U.S.
  • Ampride — United States
  • ANCAP — Uruguay
  • Api-IP — Italy
  • ASDA — United Kingdom
  • Attock Petroleum — Pakistan
  • Bharat Petroleum — India
  • BP (advertising tagline "Beyond Petroleum", initials stood for British Petroleum, but with the merger of AMOCO in 1998, BP is the actual corporate name)
    • BP
    • Amoco — United States, mainly used now as a fuel grade, not as a primary brand
    • Aral — Germany, Luxembourg
    • ARCO — United States
    • Burmah — Former gasoline brand used in the UK, Australia & Belgium
    • Sohio — Former gasoline brand, now used as marine fuel brand in Ohio
  • CHS, Inc.
    • Cenex — United States(Mainly Midwest, Western U.S. and Southwest U.S.)
  • Challenge (gasoline) - New Zealand
  • Chevron — International
    • Chevron — United States and Canada
    • Texaco — Europe, United States and Latin America
    • Caltex — Asia, Africa, Oceania
      • Ampol — Australia (Almost all stations in progress of changing to Caltex)
    • HydroTexaco — Norway and Denmark: joint venture sold (2007) to YX Energi
  • Clark — United States (now defunct)[1]
  • ConocoPhillips
    • Conoco — southeast and central United States
    • Phillips (Phillips 66)
    • Union 76 (former brand of Union Oil of California, which has exited the retail fuel business)
    • Circle K mainly on C-stores, often with 76 gasoline
    • Jet — Europe and Thailand
    • ProJet — Malaysia, sold late 2007 to Shell
    • Turkpetrol — Turkey
  • Delta — Panama
    • Coastal — being phased out in most US States
  • Copec — Chile
  • Cosmo Oil — Japan
  • Crevier — Quebec
  • Crystal Flash Energy — United States(Michigan and Indiana)
  • Cupet — Cuba
  • DEA — Germany and neighbouring countries - sold by RWE to Shell in 2001
  • Delek — Israel
  • Emo — Ireland
  • Engen — South Africa
  • Eneos — Japan and China
  • ExxonMobil
    • Exxon — United States
    • Mobil — United States, Australia and New Zealand
    • Esso — International (not Australia/New Zealand)
    • Esso/Imperial Oil — Canada
  • Flying J — United States and Canada
  • Fortum — Finland
    • Neste Futura
  • Frontier — United States
    • Beeline
  • Galp Energy — Portugal (formerly known as Petrogal)
    • Galp
  • Gasoline Alley Services (G.A.S) — New Zealand
  • Giant Industries, Inc — southwestern United States
    • Conoco(joint alliance to market the Conoco gasoline brand) — Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah
    • Giant — Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico
    • Mustang — Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah
  • Gulf Oil — Northeastern US (by Cumberland Farms); UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Madagascar (by independent licensees)
  • Gull (gasoline) — Eastern US, Australia, New Zealand (North Island)
  • Hess Corporation
    • Hess — United States
  • Holiday — US (Midwest from Michigan to Washington State and Alaska)
  • Hindustan Petroleum — India
  • Husky Energy — Canada
    • Husky
    • Mohawk
  • IBP Co. Limited — India
  • Idemitsu — Japan
  • Indian Oil Corp. — India
  • Ipiranga — Brazil
  • Irving Oil — Eastern Canada and New England
  • ENI - Italian petrol company
    • Agip
    • formerly IP - essentially the Italian Shell outlets acquired in 1974, which were sold to API in 2005
  • JOMO — Japan
  • Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC)
    • Q8
  • Kygnus Oil — Japan
  • LOTOS — Poland
  • Lukoil
    • Getty
    • Teboil — Finland
  • Liberty Oil; Australia
  • Marathon Petroleum Company
  • Martin and Bayley
    • Huck's Now — Midwestern US
  • Maxol — Ireland
    • Estuary
  • MOL — Magyar Olaj és Gázipari Rt., Hungarian Oil in Hungary and Eastern Europe
  • Meijer — Midwestern US
  • Murphy Oil Corporation
    • MurphyUSA — United States, primarily at Wal-Mart locations
    • MURCO — United Kingdom
  • N1 — Iceland
  • Norsk Hydro - now merged with Statoil
    • Hydro — Sweden
    • HydroTexaco — Norway and Denmark, JV prior to sale creating YX Energi
    • Rema Bensin — Norway (defunct)
    • Uno-X — Scandinavia
  • North Atlantic Refining — Newfoundland, Canada
  • Oil and Gas Development Corporation (OGDC) — Pakistan
  • Olís — Iceland
  • OLCO Petroleum Group, Incorporated — Ontario and Quebec, Canada
  • OMV — Austria, Germany, Eastern Europe
    • Avanti — Austria, discount brand
    • Petrom — Romania
  • Oro Negro — Cuba
  • Pakistan State Oil — Pakistan
  • Pakistan Burma Shell (PBS) — Pakistan
  • Pakistan Refinery — Pakistan
  • Pakistan Oilfields — Pakistan
  • Pakistan Standard Oil — Pakistan
  • Paz — Israel
  • Pemex — Mexico
  • Pertamina — Indonesia
  • Petrobras — Brazil
    • BR
  • Petro-Canada — Canada
  • PetroChina — People's Republic of China
  • Petrol Ofisi, PO — Turkey
  • Petronic — Nicaragua
  • P.N.O.C. — Philippines
    • Petron
  • Petronas — Malaysia
    • Engen — South Africa
  • Petróleos Mexicanos — Mexico
  • Petróleos de Nicaragua — Nicaragua
    • Petronic
  • Petroleos de Venezuela
    • Citgo — United States
  • Pilot Corporation — United States
    • Pilot Travel Centers, LLC — United States
  • Pioneer Petroleum — Ontario, Canada
  • PKN Orlen — Poland
    • Benzina
    • Orlen
    • UniPetrol
  • Quick Chek — New Jersey, New York
  • QuikTrip — Midwestern United States
  • RaceTrac Petroleum — Southeastern United States
    • RaceTrac — Company Owned Stores
    • RaceWay — Franchised Stores
  • Reliance Petroleum Ltd.— India
  • Repsol YPF — Spain
  • Royal Dutch Shell
    • Shell — International
    • Shell Canada
    • Motiva a joint venture with Saudi Aramco, sold under Shell brand
  • Sainsbury's — United Kingdom
  • Sasol — South Africa
  • Saudi Aramco — Saudi Arabia
  • Sheetz — Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina
  • Sinclair — Western and Central U.S.
  • Sinopec — China
  • Singapore Petroleum Company (SPC) — Singapore
  • Speedway
  • Speedy Q — Michigan
  • Statoil
    • 1-2-3 — Scandinavia
    • Statoil — Scandinavia, Balticum and Ireland
  • Stork — Japan
  • Sunoco — U.S. and Canada (separate ownership)
  • Tesco — United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland and Hungary
  • Tesoro — United States
    • Tesoro
    • Mirastar — at regional Wal-Mart stores
  • Terpel — Colombia
    • Accel — Panama
  • TOP — Ireland
  • Topaz Energy — Ireland
    • Shell (under licence)
    • Statoil (under licence)
  • Total — France, plus selected countries in Europe, Africa and Asia
    • APCO — United States
    • Vickers — United States
  • United Petroleum; Australia
  • Valero — U.S.
    • Beacon (gas) — U.S.
    • Diamond Shamrock — U.S.
    • Shamrock — U.S.
    • Total — U.S.
    • Ultramar — Canada (formerly the parent company also supplied branded service stations in California and the UK)
  • Wawa — Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and New Jersey
  • YPF— Argentina, Uruguay and Chile
  • Wilsons Gas Stops — Atlantic Canada
  • Zephyr — United States(Midwest)

Notes and references

  1. ^ http://finance.google.com/finance?cid=679320
 
This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "List_of_automotive_fuel_brands". A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.
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