Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the past five years, revenue for the Gas Stations with Convenience Stores industry has experienced robust growth. Nonetheless, the industry has also been affected by changing trends in demand for fuel. While industry revenue rose sharply in 2010 and 2011 as the world price of crude oil soared, the more recent decline in oil prices has had a negative impact on revenue expansion. The industry is expected to grow during the next five years, aided by rising oil prices and rising sales volumes as the total kilometres covered by vehicles increases... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
The Gas Stations with Convenience Stores industry sells both fuel and other merchandise. Retail sales from fuel of all kind, including regular, midgrade and premium gasoline, as well as diesel fuel, account for the bulk of industry revenue, estimated at 76.0% of revenue in 2015. Retail sales from all other merchandise and services, including food and drinks, tobacco products and automotive services is expected to account for an estimated 24.0% of industry revenue.
Regular gasoline typically has an octane rating of 87, although the category also includes 85-octane fuel, which is available in some higher elevation markets such as the Rockies... purchase to read more