Gulf Oil is looking to become an electricity supplier

Jan 27th, 2012 | By | Category: Business

Northeast fuel distributor Gulf Oil LP plans to open a new division that will buy electricity and resell it in deregulated markets in which customers can shop for power suppliers.

The Framingham company said it will launch its Gulf Electricity service in Connecticut in March, but expects to expand into Massachusetts in about a year, and ultimately nationwide.

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One Comment to “Gulf Oil is looking to become an electricity supplier”

  1. Fritz Kilgus says:

    Gulf Oil Electric can never beat Dominian Power for low cost electric domestic rates. Why are the even competing here in New England??

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