Major Oil Partnerships

FLEETCOR helps major oil companies to develop and implement commercial fuel card programs by providing a wide range of services to merchants to increase their customer base and attract regular visits from fleet businesses. Our fuel card systems are scalable, customizable and adaptable, giving companies the most effective solutions for their needs.

  • Global FleetNet

    Purpose-built for commercial portfolios, FLEETCOR's Global FleetNet fuel card management system has been selected by several of the world's leading oil companies due to its unique set of capabilities for managing commercial fuel cards. Its feature functionality is available "out of the box" and seamlessly integrates with oil company's existing retail systems. GFN's multi-client processing solution provides economies of scale with regards to maintenance, development, and infrastructure costs, and ensures an ongoing, market-driven development approach.

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  • Shell

    FLEETCOR has been a partner of Shell for many years. FLEETCOR's Global FleetNet (GFN) card processing platform will be used to support their Commercial Fleet fuel cards program in Europe, Asia, and North America. In 2013, FLEETCOR and Shell partnered in The United States to launch the Shell Fleet Navigator Card, a highly flexible fuel card for large fleets.

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  • Speedway

    Headquartered in Enon, Ohio, Speedway is the second largest chain of company owned and operated gasoline and convenience stores in the U.S. Speedway pledges to be "The Customer's First Choice for Value and Convenience" and has set themselves apart with Speedy Rewards®, their industry-leading loyalty program. Speedway's customer focus has resulted in a high level of customer satisfaction, meeting the fueling and convenience needs of millions of customers every day. In 2015, Speedway sold approximately 6.04 billion gallons of transportation fuels and an additional $4.88 billion in merchandise. FLEETCOR provides a full set of outsourcing services to include marketing and sales, customer service, credit and collections, transaction processing, and overall program reporting for the Speedway SuperFleet product.

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  • BP

    The first service station from BP heritage company Standard Oil of Indiana (Amoco) opened in 1912. With the acquisition of Amoco by BP in 2000, BP became one of the largest retail brands in the U.S., with locations all around the world as well. BP has been a FLEETCOR partner since 2005, offering flexible, customized fueling options through the BP Business Solutions fleet program. FLEETCOR worked with BP to expand their existing fleet program, helping BP become the first major oil to offer a branded universally-accepted fleet fuel card program, allowing customers to benefit from a fuel management system at any fueling station they choose. The unique, specialized solutions provided by BP have made them a global leader in fuel and a proud FLEETCOR partner.

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  • ARCO

    ARCO operates more than 1,300 fueling stations in the western United States, and has been a FLEETCOR partner since 2000. Since 1970, their business model has focused on being a "high-volume, low-cost retailer," to provide customers the best value on fuel purchases.

    ARCO with its large branded chain of retail sites is a volume leader in the western United States. Coupled with their c-store brand ARCO has dominated in both average fuel and c-store volume per site in most of the major areas they market. ARCO recognized in the late 1990's the need to focus on the commercial businesses segment - which generated more fuel volume and c-store purchases than the consumer side. In 2000 FLEETCOR was commissioned to develop and launch ARCO's commercial fleet card program. Today ARCO has various commercial card products with a large loyal base of business fleet customers supporting both the fuel and c-store profit centers.

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  • Chevron/Texaco

    Chevron's business vision is to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance. Chevron and Texaco partnered with FLEETCOR in 2007 when they decided to outsource their valuable U.S. and Canada business fuel card portfolios. With this outsourcing, the Chevron and Texaco fuel card program went from a cost center to a profit center. FLEETCOR introduced a universal fleet card program for Chevron and Texaco in 2010, thus broadening the appeal of Chevron's programs to any size business with a variety of fueling needs.

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  • Husky

    Husky is one of the largest fuel retailers in Canada with retail sites and card locks spanning from Ontario to British Columbia. Husky has operated a proprietary branded fuel card program to commercial accounts for over 20 years. In 2013, FLEETCOR signed a long-term agreement to provide a full service outsourcing solution for Husky Oil Limited ("Husky") and will include an expanded card product for Canadian and U.S. customers.

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  • Quarles

    Quarles Petroleum is now in its seventh decade of operations. With the largest network of private commercial fueling sites on the East Coast, Quarles operates fleet fueling stations in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and North Carolina. FLEETCOR is pleased to provide Quarles Petroleum with a new fuel card solution. Under the terms of this agreement, FLEETCOR will provide a set of outsourcing services to include credit and collections, transaction processing and overall program reporting.

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  • BR

    Petrobras Distribuidora (or "BR") is the largest distributor and marketer of petroleum products and biofuels (ethanol) in Brazil and Latin America. A subsidiary of Petrobras, the company has retail fuel stations throughout Brazil. CTF co-brands its fuel payment processing solution with BR, which provides fuel to CTF's fleet clients via its retail and wholesale distribution operations.

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  • Ipiranga

    Empresas Petróleo Ipiranga is a leading distributor of petrochemicals and chemicals for the Central and South American markets. The oil company operates a network of over 3,000 branded retail fuel stations in Brazil. CTF co-brands its fuel payment processing solution with Ipiranga, which provides fuel to CTF's fleet clients via its retail and wholesale distribution operations.

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