The BP in BP gas stations stands for British Petroleum. The company's history dates back to 1921, although its name has changed its multiple times along the way.Know More
After acquiring Amoco in 1998, the company changed its name to BP Amoco. Prior to the acquisition, the company was widely known as British Petroleum Company Limited.
The company was involved in the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Almost five million barrels escaped into the ocean, making it the largest spill in history. BP paid billions of dollars in fines and damages. The company also plead guilty to 14 criminal charges.Learn more about Corporations
The Hess Corporation began as Hess Incorporated in 1933, and was created by 19-year-old Leon Hess in Ashbury Park, New Jersey. The company started with one 615-gallon delivery truck that Leon Hess used to make deliveries to homes in and around his hometown.Full Answer >
To locate Sunoco gas stations, go to the Sunoco website. Choose either the Canada or United States option by clicking on the Sunoco logo above either option, and look to the top toolbar for the option Gas Station Locator. Enter the street address, city, and state or zip code.Full Answer >
According to Speedway's website, the company behind Speedway gas stations is simply called Speedway. The company headquarters is located in Enon, Ohio, and the current president as of May 2014 is Tony Kenney. Speedway has operations in nine states: Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wisconsin.Full Answer >
The most reliable way of finding nearby BP stations is through the company website, which links to locators for several countries. The BP station locator for the United States is on the website, as well.Full Answer >