Chevron fetched a higher premium for its gas than any other fuel company
OPIS Releases New Fuel Market Report
NEW YORK -- The just-released OPIS Retail Year in Review & 2011 Profit Outlook report revealed that Chevron fetched a higher premium for its gas than any other fuel company and Shell achieved the highest market share.
The new report by OPIS, the Oil Price Information Service, found that among brands meeting a 0.5 percent market share threshold, the Chevron flag achieved the largest premium at the pump. The average Chevron station was able to sell unleaded regular gas 3.09 cents per gal more than competitors. Shell took second place with an average differential of 2.46 cents per gal, followed by the 76 flag (1.39 cents per gal); Texaco (1.34 cents per gal) and Conoco (1.17 cents per gal).