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Downstream oil in brief: Shell's acquisition and the Euro Majors' unique retail strategy in the US

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23 June 2022

Downstream oil in brief: Shell's acquisition and the Euro Majors' unique retail strategy in the US

Report summary

Shell has finalised the acquisition of a network of around 200 company-owned service stations in Texas, United States. The Oil Majors divested most of their retail assets in North America during the 2000s, focusing instead on refining, supply and distribution. However, BP’s and Shell’s recent acquisitions mark a shift in that strategy. In this report we examine the background to the transactions and how the Euro Majors see their future roles in the US retail market.

Table of contents

  • Alternative strategies
  • Leveraging energy transition
  • Conclusion

Tables and charts

This report includes 13 images and tables including:

  • Retail networks of major US fuel retailers
  • Weighted average European monthly gasoline prices
  • Weighted average monthly European diesel prices
  • Germany monthly average gasoline prices
  • Germany monthly average diesel retail prices
  • Italy monthly average gasoline prices
  • Italy monthly average diesel prices
  • Weighted average European gasoline gross margins
  • Weighted average European diesel gross margins
  • Germany monthly gasoline gross retail margins
  • Germany monthly diesel gross retail margins
  • Italy monthly diesel gross retail margins
  • Italy monthly diesel gross retail margins

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    Downstream oil in brief: Shell's acquisition and the Euro Majors' unique retail strategy in the US

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