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About Shell Gas Station
Shell is one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies. It has a long and rich history in the United States, starting back in 1912 when it first started drilling for oil. Shell has been providing gasoline since the 1920’s. They were originally called “Shell” because they used to sell only oil. In the 1950’s, Shell started selling gas as well. Today, there are more than 5,000 Shell stations across the United States.
Shell Oil Company was founded by Marcus Samuel in Britain in 1907 as a shipping company with a focus on transporting oil from Persia (now Iran) to Europe via Asia Minor (Turkey). From this humble start as an oil trader, it grew into one of the world’s foremost energy corporations.
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In 1951, Shell Oil Company began selling gasoline at its service stations under its own brand name rather than just rebranding gasoline purchased from other companies like Texaco or Gulf Oil. This practice continued until 1973 when all remaining Shell-branded stations were converted to ExxonMobil-branded stations after their merger with Standard Oil Company of New Jersey (Esso). Today, there are still a few locations that sell Esso branded gasoline but they are owned by third parties who have contracts with ExxonMobil to use their logo