BP Terminates Contract With Green Valley Oil

After an oil supply disruption leaves stations without gasoline, BP looks for new distributors.

BP has terminated regional distributor Green Valley Oil’s contract, effective Friday, April 13, after some 218 BP stations faced supply disruptions in the greater Boston area.

The 218 sites supplied by Green Valley Oil are in Massachusetts (122), Connecticut (55), New Hampshire (22) and Rhode Island (19).

BP noted supply and logistics staff are working around the clock to identify new distributors and make the necessary changes to arrange for fuel deliveries to the 218 BP-branded sites supplied by Green Valley Oil, and aims to have this process completed by the end of the month.

“We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause motorists during this transition period and sincerely hope consumers will continue to support the local gas station operators in their community who market BP-branded fuels,” the company said in a statement.

For more on the supply shortage as reported yesterday by CSD, visit:  http://csdecisions2.wpengine.com/2012/04/12/bp-stations-running-out-of-gas-in-new-england/



  1. Foreshakespere says:

    It is just becoming evident that all oil majors sold their stations that were loosing money, artificially inflated the rent programs to their dealers to show the banks “high income  rent” and  hid the papers with the support of NRC bidding process. The banks and real estate trust will take a beating with their investment. This is bigger  than the housing crisis supported by stupid appraisers and bank brokers

  2. i hope that somebody will apologize and help the dealers in those stations that getting ripped off their hard work by companies. After stopping their gas supply are you going to stop their bills?

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