Forecourt operator Harvest Energy has signed a fuel network agreement with multinational energy company Total.
The deal will enable Harvest Energy to develop its network of service stations with the support of Total, and to secure its fuels supply.
The Total sites will offer the company’s full lineup of fuels and lubricants, as well as a broad range of products and services, including EV charge points.
The first Total-supplied service station will open by the end of 2019 in Thirsk, North Yorkshire, with further launches in 2020.
The agreement will also ensure closer co-operation for fuel supply, domestically with Lindsey Oil Refinery and internationally through Total’s trading portfolio.
“We are delighted with this alliance with Harvest Energy, where we offer our partner reliable supply and customers gain access to our wide range of products and services,” said Benoît Luc, senior vice president, Europe in marketing & services at Total.
“We are pleased and excited that we have signed this partnership agreement with Total,” added Sanjeev Kumar, CEO of the Prax Group, of which Harvest Energy is a member.
“It is the culmination of many years of solid cooperation between our respective companies and I am sure that it will be extremely beneficial for all concerned.”
Harvest Energy recently entered a wholesale partnership with Morrisons, which will see a number of its forecourt stores converted to the Morrisons Daily brand.