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
Key Executives for BP West Coast Products LLC
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BP West Coast Products LLC Key Developments
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.
Alameda County Joins State Attorney General in Lawsuit Against BP West Coast Products LLC, BP Products North America, Inc. and ARCO over Environmental Violations
Feb 4 13
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley joined state Attorney General Kamala Harris and six other California district attorneys in filing a civil lawsuit against BP West Coast Products, BP Products North America Inc., and Atlantic Richfield Company for allegedly violating state laws governing hazardous materials and hazardous waste. The suit claims that the companies failed to properly inspect and maintain underground tanks used to store gasoline for retail sale at more than 780 ARCO gas stations in California. The complaint filed in Alameda County Superior Court alleges that since October 2006 the BP companies and ARCO have improperly monitored, inspected and maintained underground storage tanks used to store gasoline for retail sale. The complaint alleges that the defendants tampered with or disabled leak detection devices, and failed to test secondary containment systems, conduct monthly inspections, train employees in proper protocol, and maintain operational alarm systems, among other violations.
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