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Texaco signs up three-acre site in Northern Ireland
10 October, 2019

Patterson M1 Service Station in Dungannon, County Tyrone, is the latest site to join the Texaco brand. At three acres, the Dungannon site will be one of the largest Texaco forecourts in

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Major forecourt operator wins consent for new site
09 October, 2019

A major forecourt operator with more than 30 sites in the north of England has won planning permission to build a petrol filling station, convenience store and jet wash facilities at a site in Bury.

Texaco l-r Michael and Henry Curran at Belsize service statio
Two sites in Northern Ireland switch to the Texaco brand
30 August, 2019

Two service stations in Northern Ireland have agreed to switch to the Texaco brand, having previously sold fuel under the BP brand.

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Two men threaten staff member and rob Derbyshire garage
05 July, 2019

Derbyshire Police officers are appealing for information after a robbery at the Texaco garage in Nottingham Road, Spondon, at 9.30pm on Wednesday July 3.

Left to right: Reggie Wright, Proprietor of Wrights Service Station; Andrew Wright, Partner, Wrights Service Station
Portadown site rebrands fuel offer as Texaco
03 July, 2019

Wrights Service Station in Portadown, Northern Ireland, has rebranded to Texaco having previously sold fuel under the Star brand for 10 years.

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Burglars break through roof to steal cash from ATM
21 June, 2019

Burglars have broken into a service station in Gloucestershire and stolen a large amount of money from a cash machine.

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Jos Richardson & Son to operate M1 fuel service station
21 June, 2019

Family owned Top 50 Indie Jos Richardson & Son has won the contract to operate a fuel service station currently being developed on the M1.

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?