BP New Zealand has over 210 service stations throughout New Zealand and employs directly over 2000 people. BP New Zealand operates BP Connect stores and Wild Bean Cafes throughout the country.

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Gull NZ

Gull is New Zealand’s largest independent fuel retailer operating a network of 115 service stations, the majority of which are unmanned sites. It is also the only independent operator with a vertically integrated fuel supply capability, owning a strategic import terminal located at Mount Maunganui. Gull was established in New Zealand in 1998 and sells over 500 megalitres of fuel annually, representing an approximate 8% market share of New Zealand’s liquid fuel volumes.

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Mobil Oil New Zealand Ltd. (MONZ) is New Zealand’s oldest oil company, with predecessor companies having first established a presence in 1896. 

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Z Energy

Z Energy is a New Zealand fuel distributor with branded service stations. Formerly Shell New Zealand, it comprises some of the former assets of Shell New Zealand and Chevron New Zealand. Shell left the New Zealand fuel distribution business in April 2010, selling its operations to Infratil and the New Zealand Superannuation Fund. And in 2011, Z Energy was born. 

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