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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.

The sun shines on PGG's cricket fun day
05 July, 2019

The sun shone brightly for the Park Garage Group's annual cricket day at Addiscombe Cricket Club in Croydon, south London, last week. It is the fifth time the Top 50 Indie has held the event - as a thank you to everyone involved with the business - and each time has been a scorching hot day.

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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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.

Beach Hill Service Station
JP&S Services opens new-build Texaco site in Hampshire
22 May, 2019

A newly built Texaco Service Station has opened in Headly Down, Hampshire.

Service Station near Liverpool brought to the market
08 May, 2019

Knowsley Service Station in Prescot, Merseyside, has been brought to the market by Forecourts4sale.

Texaco Confused.com advert
Valero runs second campaign with Confused.com
03 April, 2019

Valero and price comparison website Confused.com have teamed up for a second consecutive year to offer every customer who purchases a new car insurance policy through Confused.com a £20 Texaco fuel voucher.

As the Government is urged to publish its plans for E10 by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for British Bioethanol, would you welcome the introduction of E10 as the right next step in cutting automotive carbon emissions?