By Ben Cooper2017-09-21T05:00:00
In May, the vice-president of BP’s European retail division, Alex Jensen, made a very telling statement. In the UK, she said, half of BP’s customers don’t even buy petrol when they visit a filling station. “Fifteen years ago it was just fuel,” she said. Now people are there to shop ...
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