Company Overview of BP West Coast Products LLC
BP West Coast Products LLC owns and operates a network of gas and fueling stations in California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and Arizona. The company also operates convenience stores that offer packaged beverages and beers, snacks, breakfast sandwiches and burritos, bakery products, hot dogs, corn dogs, burgers, chicken sandwiches, fountain sodas, and coffees. In addition, it offers franchising opportunities. BP West Coast Products LLC was formerly known as ARCO Products Company. The company was founded in 1978 and is based in La Palma, California. BP West Coast Products LLC operates as a subsidiary of BP plc.
4 Centerpointe Drive
La Palma, CA 90623
Founded in 1978
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BP West Coast Products LLC Key Developments
Oregon Consumers of BP West Coast Products LLC Who Purchased Gas from Arco Using a Debit Card Eligible for Money from a Class Action
Nov 12 14
An Oregon jury found that BP West Coast Products LLC (BPWCP) charged more for gas than the amount registered at the pump and failed to properly disclose its prices when it charged a 35-cent fee to consumers who used debit cards to pay for gas at Oregon ARCO-branded stations. BPWCP denies the claims, disputes many of the rulings made in this matter, and plans to appeal the jury verdict. Consumers who purchased gas with a debit card at certain Oregon ARCO or ARCO ampm locations between January 1, 2011 and August 30, 2013 and paid a 35-cent debit card transaction fee are eligible to get one $200 payment, minus attorneys' fees of up to $40 per claim and a pro rata share of costs. Important Information and Dates: Consumers who receive a direct notice letter in the mail do not need to do anything in order to qualify for payment of up to $200; Consumers must complete an opt-out form online or by mail or submit a letter to exclude themselves from the case. Opt-out requests must be received by December 31, 2014; Consumers who do not receive a direct notice letter in the mail must file a claim online or by mail by December 31, 2014 to get a payment; Consumers who file a claim give up the right to sue BPWCP for the claims in this case; Consumers can comment on or object to the handling of their claim, or the claims and notice processes, by January 14, 2015; Consumers can comment on or object to the request for attorneys' fees and costs by attorneys representing Class Members by January 23, 2015. The attorneys representing the Class will request up to $40 (or up to 20%) per claim for their work in the case and their out-of-pocket costs. The Court will hold a hearing on attorneys' fees on February 11, 2015 and No payments will be made unless the verdict is upheld after BPWCP appeals.
B.P. West Coast Products Wins $59.08 Million Federal Contract
Aug 14 14
B.P. West Coast Products was awarded a $59,079,000 federal contract by the Defense Logistics Agency Energy, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, for aviation turbine fuel.
Lawsuit Files over BP Debit Card Charges
Nov 19 13
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against BP West Coast Products alleging the company required gas stations in Oregon to charge customers 35 cents when they bought gas with a debit card. David Sugerman, the Portland lawyer who filed the suit with the Multnomah County Court, announced that BP-through its franchisees-charged the fee when it shouldn’t have and also failed to alert customers to the fee until gas was in their car and it was time to pay. The suit applies to Oregon consumers who bought gas with a debit card and were charged 35 cents at Arco stations or AMPM mini-markets between January 1, 2011, and August 31, 2013.
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