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Not to be confused with AAMCO Transmissions.

Contents

1920–1931 1932–1961 1956–1961 1961
1920–1931 1932–1961 1956–1961 1961
1961–1970 1970–1974 1970–2002 2017–present
1961–1970 1970–1974 1970–2002 2017–present

Amoco Gas

1889–1920

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1920–1931

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Amoco (first era)

1932–1961

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This logo was used for stations on the US East Coast until 1961 when Amoco changed its name to American Oil.

1956–1961 (secondary)

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While the torch and oval did make its debut in 1947, the "Amoco" name didn't appear on the logo until 1956, when they took over the Pan-Am stations in the South. This logo was only used in the former Pan-Am territory.

American Oil

1961–1974

1961

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During much of the 60', the "American" name appeared on the original torch and oval logo as well as the current version in use at the time.

1961–1970

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1970-1974

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Amoco (second era)

1970–2002

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Amoco merged with BP in 1998. In 2002, the last Amoco stations opened, and by 2008, all of Amoco's stations were integrated into BP.

2017–present

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In October 2017, BP announced they would revive the Amoco brand in select US markets.


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