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Bp Is The Global Brand Whose Name Is Often Appears On Platforms, Refineries, Ships, Corporate Offices Wind Farms, Research Facilities, And Retail Service Stations. As The Bp Brand Logo Appears Everywhere In Our Daily Lives It Is Less Well-Known Of The Other Companies Bp Owns Such As Castrol Lubricants, Aral, Ampm, Amoco, Wild Bean Cafe

Castrol Lubricants:

In 2002 Bp Acquired Castrol Lubricants Today Their Products Are Sold In 150 Companies And They Are The Preferred Partners For Vw, Audi, Bmw, And Komatsu. While Using Castrol Lubricants Their Sponsored Motorsports Teams Have Broken The Speed Record More Than 20 Times. 


Over 2.5 Million People Visit Aral Service Station Everyday Making It One Of Germany’s Leading Fuel Retail Brands. They Are Also Germany’s Third-Largest Fast-Food Retailer They Consistently Win Awards In Germany As The Most Trusted Fuel.


If You Live On The West Coast Of The United States Then Ampm Is A Part Of Your Daily Life They Are Across Five States From Southern California To Northern Oregon With 950 Outlets They Are Known For Their Quality Food And Their Soft Drinks. Many Ampm’s Are Attached To Bp Fuel Stations. 


Officially Known As Standard Oil Indiana By 1912 They Became The Largest Natural Gas Producer In North America. In October 2017 Bp Announced The Reintroduction Of Amoco To The United States As A Fuel Retailer. In 1998 Is When Bp And Amoco Merged But In 2001 Bp Amoco Changed To Simply Bp. 

Wild Bean Cafe:

Many Of These Branches Are Attached To Bp Connect Fuel Stations With Offering Freshly Baked Goods And Barista Prepared Coffees Although You Will Not See These In The United States You Will See Them In The Uk, Europe, Australia, South Africa, China, And Russia.