The extension of BP acceptance network means that BP fuel cards customers now have access to over 22,000 sites in 29 countries, in addition to data and technical support to manage their fleets.
Thanks to the new agreement between BP and Total both fuel card holders with both companies will benefit from a massive network extension later this year. According to the deal, Total will start to accept the use of the BP Fuel Card at its network of stations in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland and Germany. In exchange, BP will accept Total’s fuel card at stations in Germany, the UK, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Poland.
Total is an international integrated energy producer and provider, a leading oil and gas company and a major player in low-carbon energies, operating in more than 130 countries worldwide. This year, 4,000 of Total European fuel stations will start accepting BP fuel cards.