Sunoco

Sunoco

Sunoco Inc. is an American petroleum and petrochemical manufacturer headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, formerly known as Sun Company Inc. (1886–1920 and 1976–1998) and Sun Oil Co. (1920–1976). Sunoco is one of the largest gasoline distribution companies in the United States, with Sunoco brand gasoline being sold in over 4,700 outlets spanning 26 states, just over a third hosting convenience stores.

Sunoco is a Fortune 100 Company. In 2011 it was ranked as the third largest company by revenue in Pennsylvania, after AmerisourceBergen and Comcast. Its headquarters are located in the BNY Mellon Center in Center City Philadelphia. In 2011, the company decided to exit the oil refinery business.

In Canada, Sunoco formerly was operated by Suncor Energy, a separate Canadian entity. In 2010, all Canadian Sunoco outlets were converted to Petro-Canada outlets.

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Sunoco - Environmental Record
... Among oil corporations, Sunoco is listed as the most environmentally responsible in the latest version of the Sierra Club's Updated Environmentalist's Guide to Gasoline ... Sunoco is also the only oil company to sign the Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies (CERES) principal and as part of this agreement, Sunoco has made all of its environmental activities ... of Massachusetts Amherst have identified Sunoco as the 55th-largest corporate producer of air pollution in the United States, with roughly 1.7 million pounds of toxic ...
Atlantic Petroleum - History - Revival and Demise
... by fellow Philadelphia oil company Sunoco ... For the next few years Atlantic would be marketed separately from Sunoco as a lower-cost brand, but by the mid-1990s Atlantic stations began to be rebranded as Sunoco ... Atlantic station, in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, was rebranded as Sunoco in 1996 ...
A-Plus
... APlus is an American convenience store chain owned operated by Sunoco, Inc ... In 1988, Sunoco bought Atlantic, and since Sunoco didn't have its own convenience store chain, APlus became Sunoco's chain by default ... While Atlantic stations were converted to Sunoco by the mid-1990s, APlus grew, with Sunoco rebranding many company-owned stations in the Northeast with convenience stores into APlus ...
Penske Racing - Endurance Racing
... This 512M was painted in a blue and yellow livery and was sponsored by Sunoco and the Californian Ferrari dealer Kirk F ... For the 12 Hours of Sebring the "Sunoco" made the pole again but finished the race at the sixth position after making contact with Pedro Rodrigez's 917 ... The presence of the 512 M "Sunoco" forced Porsche to pursue his effort of research and development on the 917 The 917K short tail was modified, and the 917 LH aerodynamics received ...
Atlantic Petroleum - Legacy
... remnants of Atlantic still show with both Sunoco and ARCO (which in 2000 was acquired by BP and is now officially known as BP West Coast Products, but still uses the ARCO name) ... Besides the obvious reference with ARCO, Sunoco retained the A-Plus convenience store chain since Sunoco didn't have a chain of its own ... Because of Sunoco's sponsorship as the "Official Fuel of NASCAR", A-Plus is currently "The Official Pit Stop of NASCAR" ...