Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the past five years, the Gas Stations industry grew thanks to increasing crude oil prices. However, several developments placed downward pressure on demand for fuel sold at gas stations. As the price of gasoline continued to climb, more consumers purchased fuel-efficient vehicles to save on fuel costs. In the next five years, the industry's performance is expected to wane as competition grows... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
The primary product sold at gas stations is vehicle fuel, which accounts for an estimated 90.0% of industry revenue in 2014. This figure represents an increase from 2009, driven by both higher fuel volume sales and higher prices for all grades of gasoline and diesel fuel. The sale of car parts, accessories and services rendered for auto repair, as well as sales from car washes and cleaning, make up the remaining 10.0% of revenue. Of these extra services, automotive repairs contribute the greatest revenue to the industry.
Regular gasoline is anticipated to constitute about 48.1% of revenue in 2014. This figure represents a slight decline from 2009, due to the growth of diesel fuel sales... purchase to read more