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7-Eleven

7-Eleven is the largest convenience store operator, franchisor and licensor in the world. The company employs about 20,000 employees. If you add franchisees, the total number of employees totals more than 200,000.
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BP Products North America Inc. (BP)

BP's U.S. operations make up about one third of its global business and generated approximately $16.2. billion in revenues in 2012. The company has approximately 23,000 employees in the U.S. and is the second-largest oil and gas production company in the country. BP has businesses in several segments of the petroleum industry, including: exploration, development, production, refining, and marketing of oil and natural gas.
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Casey’s General Stores Inc. (Casey’s)

Casey's is the tenth largest convenience store chain in the U.S. It's famous hand-made pizza has also made it the fifth largest pizza chain in the country. It operates convenience stores in 11 states in the Midwest, with most of its locations in Iowa, Missouri and Illinois. Its stores carry a wide selection of convenience product, including food (packaged and prepared), beverages, tobacco products, health and beauty aids...
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Chevron Corp. (Chevron)

Chevron is one of the world's biggest energy companies, operating thousands of retail gas and convenience store locations. Its operations include virtually every aspect of the oil and natural gas industries, from exploration to retail. The company employs over 60,000 people and generated approximately $10.6 billion in revenues in 2012. Chevron plans to expand its retail business by adding more locations, and it has developed several different store layouts to better target...
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Cumberland Farms Inc. (Cumberland Farms)

Cumberland Farms is a privately owned company that operates retail convenience stores in 11 states, most located in the eastern United States. The company’s stores typically sell gasoline, grocery and other convenience items. The company is owned by the Haseotes family. In 2012, Cumberland Farms employed over 6,000 people and generated over $4.6 billion in revenues. That same year, the company’s parent, Cumberland Gulf Group, was ranked in the Top 50...
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Delek US Holdings Inc. (Delek)

Delek US Holdings Inc. is the American subsidiary of one of the largest company’s in Israeli, Delek Group. Delek US Holdings, Inc. (Delek) has three business units: petroleum refining, the wholesale distribution of refined products and convenience store retailing. The convenience store retail unit operates seven states: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Virginia. More than half of its locations are in Tennessee. Most of Delek’s...
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ExxonMobil

ExxonMobile is the largest publicly traded oil and gas company in the world, the number one company on the Fortune 500 list, the top company in the Forbes Global 2000 and, based on revenues, the largest company on the planet in any industry. The company brought in $8 billion in revenues from U.S. operations and global revenues in excess of $467 billion in 2011. It employs approximately 27,000 people in the U.S. and more...
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Hess, Corporation (Hess)

Hess is an energy and retailing company with global operations. It operates two business segments: Exploration and Production (E&P) and Marketing and Refining (M&R). The company’s retail operations consist of gas station/convenience stores all over the United States. In 2012, Hess employed over 14,700 people and generated revenues of approximately $37.7 billion. The company has announced its intention to discontinue its retail operations and there has...
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Murphy Oil Corporation (Murphy Oil)

Murphy Oil is an international oil and gas company. It produces oil and/or natural gas in the United States, Canada and several other countries. The company also conducts exploration activities worldwide. Murphy Oil runs a network of gasoline retail locations in 23 states and supplies other retailers with locations in 30 states. In 2012, Murphy Oil employed over 9,185 people and generated approximately $28.6 billion.
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Shell Oil Products

Shell retail locations sell much more than gasoline. The company's stores include convenience stores that are typically equipped with an ATM machine and carry a wide variety of convenience products. Typical items in a Shell location include: newspapers, phone cards, beverages, packaged snacks, tobacco products, bread, milk and much more. Shell also has joint programs with grocers in several areas to provide reward points that can be earned on...
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