RM2JC9MWF–Bandon, West Cork, Ireland. 11th June, 2022. A Texaco tanker delivers fuel to a garage in Bandon, West Cork, where the price of fuel is well over €2 per litre. Credit: AG News/Alamy Live News
RMCN0B71–Fuel crisis - Texaco petrol station garage forecourt full of cars with vehicles queueing in the road
RM2C89ABT–Texaco filling station and Co-Op 24-hour mini supermarket in Crouch End, London, UK
RM2GNCA19–Hereford, Herefordshire, UK - Friday 24th September 2021 - Busy scene at a Texaco fuel station in Hereford on Friday afternoon with all pumps in use and motorists queuing across the forecourt to buy fuel for their cars amid concerns of a fuel shortage. Photo Steven May / Alamy Live News
RM2HW6GT0–Brighton, UK. 4th Mar, 2022. Fuel prices continue to rise with diesel going above £1.60 at a Texaco petrol station in Woodingdean, Brighton UK : Credit Simon Dack/Alamy Live News
RM2HX950T–Petrol prices on Texaco station sign Unleaded 161.9 per litre diesel 173.9 per litre on 10 March 2022 in Carmarthenshire Wales UK KATHY DEWITT
RMBXF219–Man shovelling clearing snow from a Texaco petrol filling station forecourt after snowfall in bad winter weather. UK, Britain
RM2HX3YW3–Bridport, Dorset, UK. 9th March 2022. Signs on the entrance to the forecourt at the Morrisons supermarket petrol station at Bridport in Dorset showing it has run out of Diesel and Regular Unleaded fuel. Only Super Unleaded is still available as prices rocket due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Picture Credit: Graham Hunt/Alamy Live News
RF2HWM36D–An LED sign at a UK fuel station forecourt on 6th March 2022 shows extremely high fuel prices.
RMDHC0D4–A car leaves a Texaco filling staion on the Caledonian Road in Islington, North London, on a Sunday morning in November.
RM2GNTAFD–As the fuel transport crisis continues into its second week, sealed Texaco petrol and diesel pumps are covered in a closed petrol and fuel station in south London, on 27th September 2021, in London, England. The shortages at retailers around the country are caused by the UK's lack of qualified HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicles) drivers who deliver supplies to the nation's fuel forecourts, the majority of which are now closed after panic-buying drained fuel stock.