Compare fuel card networks offering discount diesel and petrol for businesses
The Fuelcard Expert comparison tool compares discount fleet fuel cards from six different fuel card brands: BP, Shell, Esso, Texaco, Diesel Direct and UK Fuels. Accepted at over 7,000 forecourts across the UK, there's bound to be one that suits your business needs. Follow the three simple steps below to find out which one could save you the most money on diesel or petrol...
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The retail fuel market is dominated by a number of well-known brands in the UK: BP, Shell and Esso are just a few of the big names that all drivers recognise. The Fuelcard Expert can help you navigate what’s available, helping to find the best brand, product and service package for you and your fleet. Simply use the tool above to compare fuel cards accepted at over 7,000 forecourts across the UK.
BP – arguably the most famous name on our roads – is not only one of Britain’s largest companies, but is also one of the world’s largest oil and petrochemicals organisations.
Esso, which began life as the Anglo American Oil Company back in 1888, is now a easily recognised brand both in town and on our main trunk roads.
Shell is a major producer of crude oil as well as one of the UK’s main diesel and petrol retails. Shell is said to produce 20% of the UK’s crude oil, 17% of its gas and 15% of its petrochemicals.
Texaco first opened its doors in the UK over 80 years ago, and since then the brand has gone from strength to strength.
Total had been marketed in the UK since 1955, under the name Total Oil Great Britain Ltd, in 2012 it sold off its refineries and retail outlets, leaving the UK market place.
Tesco, like many of the largest supermarket chains now has its own petrol stations throughout the UK.
Sainsbury’s opened its first petrol station in 1974, nowadays a Sainsbury’s petrol station can be found adjacent to most of its larger stores.
Many of Morrisons’ large shops now have an own brand petrol station, with over 100 outlets in the UK.
The Asda (Wal-Mart) supermarket chain has over 160 petrol stations located next to its stores across the UK.
The ethically responsible retailer, The Co-operative supermarket chain, now also has its own petrol filling stations at many of its key stores.
Gulf has been a well-known brand for more than 100 years – Gulf has meant excellence.
ConocoPhillips retails its diesel and petrol products under the Jet brand.
Moto are well-known as the UK’s leading motorway service area, with 43 locations throughout Britain.
Murco Petroleum was incorporated in 1960 and it has grown to become a truly recognisable, growing fast in the forecourt retail sector.