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BP gasoline with Invigorate® is our best fuel ever

BP U.S. Retail

From New York to San Francisco, BP has a growing network of retail stations that provide Americans with fuels, lubricants and other products essential to modern transportation.

The company’s nationwide retail presence includes around 7,100 BP- and ARCO-branded sites, along with close to 1,000 ampm convenience stores in California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona and Nevada. 

In 2016, BP delivered 11.4 billion gallons of fuel, including 7.3 billion gallons of BP-branded fuel, to its U.S. customers. It continues to make new investments in its retail business, both to enhance its products and to upgrade its stations. In 2016, for example, BP launched a new version of its leading fuel brand, BP gasoline with Invigorate, which uses an innovative formula to help remove dirt from car engines. Meanwhile, nearly 300 BP-branded sites joined the company’s U.S. retail network.

“Understanding our consumers’ needs and exceeding their expectations is a cornerstone of our business,” says Rick Altizer, senior vice president for sales and marketing at BP’s North American fuels business. “We work hard to provide a great product at our pumps and also to give our consumers a great experience when they fill up — with modern, updated stores serving quality food and drinks.”


am/pm® convenience stores serve 24 million customers a month in five western states: Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.


The BP MotorClub provides motorists with a variety of nationwide benefits, such as constant roadside and lock-out assistance, towing service, lodging and car-rental discounts and trip routing.

Also, members of the BP MotorClub enjoy 5-40 percent off lodging and car rentals. 

Customer support

For comments or complaints about BP's service stations and retail outlets in the U.S. or questions about BP's products and/or cards, please contact customer care via or 800-333-3991
*Dirt refers to deposits on critical engine parts.