List of automotive fuel brands

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This is a list of automotive fuel retail brands ("petrol" or "gasoline", "diesel", etc.) and their controlling oil companies. The format of this page is based on current ownership and where they largely operate:

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

A[edit]

B[edit]

  • Bates Oil - Ireland
  • Bapco — Bahrain
    • Mumtaz
  • Best — Norway
  • 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)
    • Amoco — United States, mainly used now as a fuel grade, not as a primary brand
    • Aral — Germany, Luxembourg
    • Burmah — former gasoline brand used in the UK, Australia and Belgium
    • Sohio — former gasoline brand, now used as a marine fuel brand in Ohio
    • BHPetrol - Malaysia
  • By-Macken — Sweden

C[edit]

  • Cango Incorporated - small Canadian petroleum group, partners with Esso Imperial Oil
  • Certified - independent brand based in Columbus, Ohio selling fuel under the Certified brand; also sells fuel at select stations under the Marathon and Sunoco brands
    • Cango
    • Gas Rite
    • Sunys
  • Challenge - New Zealand
  • Chevron — international
    • Chevron — United States and Canada
    • Texaco — Europe, United States and Latin America
    • Caltex — Asia, Africa, Oceania
  • CHS, Inc.
    • Cenex — United States, mainly midwestern, western and southwest regions
  • Citgo
  • Clark; United States: now a licensed brand only[5]
  • Coastal — Panama; also owns Delta; Coastal name being phased out in most US States
  • Conoco
    • 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
    • Conoco — southeast and central United States
    • Jet — Europe and Thailand
    • Phillips 66
    • ProJet — Malaysia, sold late 2007 to Shell
  • Copec — Chile
  • Cosan — Brazil; acquired Esso's Brazilian distribution business and is slowly phasing in its own brand
  • Cosmo Oil — Japan
  • Costco Gasoline - next to many Costco stores
  • CountryMark — Indiana
  • CPC Corporation — Taiwan
  • Crevier — Canada
  • Crystal Flash Petroleum — United States (Indiana) [6]
  • Cupet — Cuba

D[edit]

E[edit]

  • Eastern Petrolum — Philippines
  • EG3 - Argentina; Isaura, Astra and Puma merged in 1996 to create the brand
  • Elton Oil — Senegal
  • Emo — Ireland
  • Eneos (Nippon Oil Corporation) — Japan and China
  • Engen — South Africa
  • ENI - Italian petrol company
    • Agip
    • formerly IP; essentially the Italian Shell outlets acquired in 1974, which were sold to API in 2005
  • ExxonMobil
    • Esso — international (not Australia/New Zealand)
    • Esso/Imperial Oil — Canada
    • Exxon — United States
    • Mobil — United States, Colombia, Australia and New Zealand, formerly in Hong Kong

F[edit]

  • Fast Lube — Pakistan
  • Flying J — United States and Canada (now owned by Pilot0
  • Flying V — Philippines
  • Formosa Petrochemical — Republic of China (Taiwan)
    • Beeline
  • Frontier — United States

G[edit]

  • Galp Energy — energy company of Portugal, formerly known as Petrogal
  • Gas America - United States; Indiana and Ohio [7]
  • Gasoline Alley Services (G.A.S) — New Zealand
  • Getty Petroleum Marketing Inc.
    • Getty - Eastern US
  • Giant Eagle
  • 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
  • GS Caltex - South Korea and China
  • Gulf Oil — Northeastern US (by Cumberland Farms); Puerto Rico; UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Madagascar (by independent licensees)
  • Gull Industries, Inc. — Pacific Northwest US
    • Gull — Washington, Oregon
  • Gull Petroleum — Western Australia
    • Gull Petroleum — Western Australia, New Zealand (North Island)
    • Peak Petroleum — Western Australia

H[edit]

I[edit]

J[edit]

K[edit]

  • Kocolene Marketing - United States: Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky
    • Fast Max convenience stores
  • Kroger Co. - sells under various brands throughout the United States in connection with their grocery and convenience stores such as Kroger, King Soopers, Turkey Hill and Loaf 'n Jug
  • Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
    • OKQ8 — Sweden, joint venture with OK
    • Q8
  • Kygnus Oil — Japan

L[edit]

M[edit]

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

  • RaceTrac Petroleum — Southeastern United States and agra
  • Red Barn (Gas Barn) - United States, Indiana, was part of Tire Barn,[14] sold to Gas America
  • Refinor - Argentina (only available in the provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Tucumán, Santiago del Estero and Córdoba)
  • Reitangruppen
    • Uno-X - Denmark and Norway
    • YX Energi - Denmark and Norway, formerly known as Hydro Texaco
  • Reliance Petroleum Ltd. — India
  • Repsol YPF — Spain
  • Rickers — United States — Indiana [15]
  • Rocket X fuel - Midwest United States (now defunct), notable for red Xs on fencing surrounding the station
  • Royal Dutch Shell
  • Royal Farms — Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Virginia
  • Runes Bensin — Sweden
  • Rutter's — Pennsylvania

S[edit]

T[edit]

  • Tanka — Sweden, owned by Renault and Volvo dealers
  • Terpel — Colombia
    • Accel — Panama
  • Tesco — United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland and Hungary
  • Tesoro — United States
    • ARCO
      • Thrifty — California; formerly purchased by ARCO before BP takeover
      • United Oil — California
    • Shell (under license)
    • Tesoro
    • USA Gasoline
  • Thorntons Inc. - Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Tennessee, and Florida
  • TOP — Ireland
  • Tidewater Oil under the name Tydol and Flying A, bought by Getty.
  • Topaz Energy — Ireland
    • Shell (under license)
    • Statoil (under license)
  • Total — France, plus select countries in Europe, Africa and Asia
    • APCO — United States
    • Elf
    • Vickers — United States

U[edit]

V[edit]

  • Valero — U.S.
    • Beacon — U.S.
    • Diamond Shamrock — U.S.
    • Shamrock — U.S.
    • Total — U.S.
    • UK Fuels Brand - filling stations still in existence, though company now focuses on fuel cards
    • Ultramar — Canada; formerly the parent company also supplied branded service stations in California and the UK

W[edit]

  • Wawa — Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Florida and New Jersey
  • Wilsons Gas Stops — Atlantic Canada
  • Woolworths Petrol — Australia; petrol supplied by Caltex Lubricants and fluids by Havoline
  • WSCO Petroleum — Pacific Northwest US
    • Astro — Washington, Oregon
    • WDTV — Colorado (Accpet any 7-Eleven) WDTVS Fuel Xpress (sister of wdtv)

Y[edit]

  • YPF — Argentina, Uruguay and Chile

Z[edit]

  • Zenex — South Africa
  • Zephyr — United States (Midwest)
  • Ziz — Morocco

External links[edit]

  • The Gas Signs web site shows images of many brands of gasoline on service stations, mainly in the USA.
  • The Petrol Maps web site provides a comprehensive list of European brands known to have issued road maps, as well as a summary of some of the larger names not thought to have sold maps.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Alliance Oil Company (НК Альянс)
  2. ^ AtlantsolÃa
  3. ^ Attock Petroleum
  4. ^ Azpetrol
  5. ^ Clark Brands, LLC - Clark Brands, LLC
  6. ^ Crystal Flash website
  7. ^ Gas America website
  8. ^ Liberty Website
  9. ^ McClure website
  10. ^ Mitsubishi Energy Business Group
  11. ^ Orkan
  12. ^ [1]
  13. ^ QuikStop.com
  14. ^ Tire Barn
  15. ^ Rickers website