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Maxol
Maxol
is an Irish oil company, part of McMullan Bros. Limited. It was founded in 1920.

Contents

1 Organisation

1.1 Republic of Ireland 1.2 Northern Ireland

2 History 3 References

Organisation[edit] Republic of Ireland[edit]

Maxol
Maxol
Lubricants Ltd. (Lubricant supplier to the automotive, industrial, marine, and agricultural markets) Maxol
Maxol
Direct Ltd. (Home heating oil) Maxol
Maxol
Ltd. (Main petrol station retail network and bulk fuel seller) Estuary Fuel Ltd. (Oil terminal operator, petrol stations and various oil products) Marsh Oil Products Ltd. (Main import terminal)

Northern Ireland[edit]

Maxol
Maxol
Oil Ltd. (Main petrol station retail network and bulk fuel seller) DGS Logistics, Fuel Distribution for Maxol
Maxol
petrol stations in Northern Ireland and some Republic of Ireland
Republic of Ireland
regions. Formerly Trevdon Oil Distribution. Maxol
Maxol
Leebody Fuels (Home heating oil)[1] Maxol
Maxol
Irwin Fuels (Home heating oil)[2]

History[edit] In 1919 William and James signed a supply agreement with the Anglo Mexican Oil Company (AMOC) and in 1920 founded McMullan Bros. Limited. In 1924 AMOC was acquired by Shell. In 1972 the existing brand names; Mex, Silensol and Daisy began to be replaced by the Maxol
Maxol
brand, though all operating companies only completed this process in 1981. In 1986 Maxol
Maxol
acquired Ola, operator of an oil terminal at Drogheda, County Louth. In 1996 Maxol
Maxol
acquired 80 retail sites from Statoil
Statoil
and Jet which were to be disposed of as a condition of their merger. In 1997 the group signed a partnership with Mace, a convenience store group, to allow development of joint Maxol/Mace filling stations.

Old Maxol
Maxol
logo used from 1988 until the early 2000s

The Maxol
Maxol
logo used from the 2000s until 2012

In 2000 Maxol
Maxol
acquired Northern Ireland's leading heating oil distributor, Connors Fuels Ltd. This became Maxol
Maxol
Direct (NI) Ltd. In 2002 it acquired Estuary Fuel Limited which operates an oil terminal, a retail network and markets various oil products.

One of the two Maxol
Maxol
Direct logos.

The second Maxol
Maxol
Direct logo.

In 2011, Maxol
Maxol
Direct home heating oil was sold to DCC Energy, which owns Emo the same year they stopped producing the alternative e85 a type of biofuel made from whey in cheese processing for FFV(Flex Fuel Vehicle).[3] References[edit]

^ http://www.leebodyfuels.com/ ^ http://www.irwinfuels.co.uk/ ^ http://www.maxol.ie/northen-ireland-news/maxol-direct-sold-to-dcc-energy Archived January 2, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.

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