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BP and Arval agree fuel card deal

Date: 18 September 2008

Monitor your fleet's petrol and diesel usage with a fuel card

BP and Arval have agreed to continue their fuel card relationship. The deal means that Arval's all Allstar fuel card will continue to be the only card that is accepted almost universally at UK filling stations.

The deal comes after weeks of uncertainty when BP threatened to stop accepting the cards at its company-owned outlets.

Danny Clenaghan, card development director at Arval, said: "We are delighted that agreement has been reached, which we believe represents the best outcome for customers, dealers and both organisations. We both acknowledge the value and strength of each other's brands and the positive impact our partnership generates for all involved. Arval looks forward to working with BP."

Pete Molloy, BP's UK fuel operations manager, said: "We are delighted that we have reached a position where we can continue the long and successful partnership with Arval. We hope this outcome will minimise the inconvenience to both customers and dealers."