Apex Oil Company, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the wholesale sale, storage, and distribution of petroleum products, including asphalt, kerosene, fuel oil, diesel fuel, heavy oil, gasoline, biodiesel, and marine bunkers. It provides butane, carbon black oil, denatured ethanol, and vacuum gas oil. The company was founded in 1932 and is based in St. Louis, Missouri. It has locations in Albany and Glenmont, New York; Baltimore, Maryland; Baton Rouge and Mount Airy, Louisiana; Calabasas, California; Chesapeake, Virginia; Weirton, West Virginia; Chicago and Granite City, Illinois; Wilmington and Greensboro, North Carolina; Jacksonville, Florida; Memphis, Tennessee; Newark, New Jersey...
8235 Forsyth Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63105
Founded in 1932
A Judge in Maryland Dismisses Apex Oil from Chevron Lawsuit
Oct 22 15
A judge in Maryland has dismissed Apex Oil from a lawsuit filed by Chevron that alleged a leaky pipeline increased the cost of a $30 million cleanup project. Chevron filed the suit earlier in 2015 in the U.S. District Court in Baltimore, alleging that a Baltimore oil pipeline it sold to Apex in 1994 has leaked thousands of gallons of petroleum products into the Baltimore Harbor area since the sale. The suit asked that Apex help pay for the cleanup. The judge ruled Apex was not a party to the original contract which was between Chevron and Petroleum Fuel and Terminal Co., a company that is affiliated with Apex. The judge did let stand some of the claims against Petroleum, Fuel & Terminal.
Chevron Corp. Files Lawsuit against Apex Oil Co. over a Leaky Pipeline
Feb 13 15
Chevron Corp. has filed a lawsuit against Apex Oil Co. over a leaky pipeline that allegedly has increased the cost of a $30 million cleanup project. Chevron filed the suit Feb. 6 in the U.S. District Court in Baltimore, alleging that a Baltimore oil pipeline it sold to Apex in 1994 has leaked thousands of gallons of petroleum products into the Baltimore Harbor area since the sale, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Chevron claims the leak has increased the cost of a $30 million cleanup in the area by about 50%. The suit is asking Apex to help pay for the cleanup.