British Petroleum combined with Amoco in 1998 to form one of the largest gasoline retailers in the United States. BP also purchased AM/PM stores, owned by Atlantic Richfield, in 2000.
The combination of Exxon and Mobil oil, formed in 1999, created one of the largest gasoline retailers, not just in the U.S., but in the world. Gasoline is sold in the U.S. under both trademarks.
Owned by Petroleos de Venezuela, Citgo currently operates gasoline stations in the U.S., as well as providing gas supplies to 7-Eleven stores in the country.
Texaco operates gasoline stations in the United States, but the company is part of the larger Chevron gasoline company. The companies merged in 2001 to form one of the world's largest petroleum corporations.
Stations operated by the Royal Dutch/Shell, and marketed under the Shell name, are common in the United States. The two companies are on the top of the list of the main three gasoline suppliers in the world.
LOL, "goodselfme" .. I agree, they don't know where the petro comes from nor do they care.. Informative list, Hi5
Good list - I agree with GoodSelfMe, most people don't recognize who is connected to whom and then argue at hearings. Wow! I have to laugh now - seems silly. Thanks!
Most people that work at these stations don't even know where the gas comes from or who the owner of the company they work for is either. Maybe they should get a copy of this so they can act intelligent. thank you for this good list of gasoline retailers in the U.S. h5
I know American-made gas includes Marathon.
select one here...