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Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Co

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of 16, Finsbury Circus, London, E.C.2

1917 Name changed from Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Products Company to Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Company.[1]

1917 Became a member of the Pool Board, set up by the government to control distribution of petroleum products[2].

1919 Supplier of asphalt products for road surfacing

1921 The existing organisations for sale of petrol in the UK previously represented by the Shell Marketing Company Ltd and Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Co Ltd were combined from 1 January 1921 as Shell-Mex Ltd[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1917/01/05, p 24
  2. New York Times May 5, 1917
  3. The Times, 16 December 1920