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BP profits down by half-billion

BP has claimed its quarterly results showing 19 per cent fall in profits reflect a “weaker environment” for the oil industry. Profit for the first quarter of 2015 was $2.6 billion compared with $3.2 billion for the same period in 2014 and $2.2 billion for the fourth quarter of 2014. The firm’s group chief executive, Bob Dudley, said the fall ...

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Camlin service station in the spotlight

Joe Raleigh’s family-run Camlin Service Station has been serving one of Longford’s arterial routes since 1988. The popular forecourt is already home to an award-winning BWG Spar, but Joe is convinced his latest partnership with Valero will see his business flourish in what are changing times for the industry. “In November last year we found ourselves in a free situation,” ...

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Luke Fitzgerald, Emmet O'Neill & Vogue Williams present Re.Store, a dynamic new Irish food, coffee and convenience concept

Topaz rolls out €25 million Re.volution

Re.Store, a new Irish food, coffee, and convenience concept, has joined forces with Ireland’s leading fuel retailer to “revolutionise the forecourt and convenience experience”. Topaz said the partnership will provide balanced. nutritious, and delicious food for people on the go, and provide “unprecedented choices in food and coffee”. Identifying quality as their top priority, Topaz said it had identified a growing ...

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Derry model Ashleigh Coyle at the opening of Maxol's new Eglinton forecourt

Maxol model store opens in Derry

Derry model Ashleigh Coyle was on hand to help open Maxol’s new Eglinton service station, the first in NI to carry the company’s Moreish offering. Moreish involves a new deli and café setting offering speciality sandwiches and freshly ground barista coffee. Located within the Maxol Spar forecourt store, it includes a contemporary seating area, state-of-the-art washrooms, and WiFi. Maxol plans ...

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Applegreen poised for stock market float

One of Ireland’s most successful forecourt brands could soon be floated on the stock market, reports suggest. According to the Irish Times, Applegreen’s parent company Petrogas is in the final throws of preparing an Initial Public Offering for the firm, which could hit trading floors in June. Reports suggest the flotation could raise between €50 million and €100 million. Applegreen ...

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Shell agrees to buy BG Group for £47bn

Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to one of the biggest oil company buyouts in the past 20 years after securing a £47bn deal for exploration company BG Group. The deal will result in BG shareholders owning approximately 19 per cent of the combined group, while Shell said it expects the agreement will accelerate its growth strategy in global exploration. Shell ...

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