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Supplying fuels to the UK and Ireland for over 30 years

Inver Energy UK are a large independent oil importer based in Cardiff Dock. The Inver Group headquarters are in Cork, Ireland where they have been supplying fuels for over 30 years. In 2006 Inver Energy UK began through the acquisition of a major import terminal in Cardiff. The capacity of the terminal expanded to 74,000 m³ with an £11 million investment program that created a major multi-product regional oil hub for South Wales and the West of England. Our sales and accounts office is located within the Cardiff Port and ensures we have first class communications with our customers, key partners in transport and the terminal.

The Inver Timeline

  • Foynes Terminal

    Inver Energy began in 1984 with the establishment of a fuel oil and coal importation and distribution business based in Foynes.

  • Inver Energy Limited

    Purchases fuel oil and marine business from Maxol and renames the company Inver Energy Limited.

  • Cardiff Import Terminal

    Purchases Texaco’s fuel oil and marine business in the UK including the 68,000 m3 Cardiff import terminal.

  • Inver Joint Venture AFSC Oil Terminal Opens

    Inver Energy’s subsidiary, Atlantic Fuel Supply Company (AFSC), opened its new oil terminal in Foynes on October 4 2010. The start-of-the-art oil terminal is the largest in Ireland has a capacity of 82,000 m3.

  • Cardiff terminal expansion

    Expansion of the Cardiff terminal to 74,000 m3 to include petrol storage. Seven year contract signed with Greenergy for use of petrol and diesel capacity in Cardiff terminal.

  • Inver Foley's TraleeInver moves into the forecourt business

    Inver Energy, in partnership with local businessman, Norman Foley, officially opened its doors as a forecourt business for the first time to the Tralee and Killorglin community.

  • inver-energy-flagship-store-limerickFirst Company owned forecourt opens in Punches Cross, Limerick

    Inver’s first flagship forecourt opens in Limerick.

  • Foynes Terminal

    Inver Energy began in 1984 with the establishment of a fuel oil and coal importation and distribution business based in Foynes.

  • Inver Energy Limited

    Purchases fuel oil and marine business from Maxol and renames the company Inver Energy Limited.

  • Cardiff Import Terminal

    Purchases Texaco’s fuel oil and marine business in the UK including the 68,000 m3 Cardiff import terminal.

  • Inver Joint Venture AFSC Oil Terminal Opens

    Inver Energy’s subsidiary, Atlantic Fuel Supply Company (AFSC), opened its new oil terminal in Foynes on October 4 2010. The start-of-the-art oil terminal is the largest in Ireland has a capacity of 82,000 m3.

  • Cardiff terminal expansion

    Expansion of the Cardiff terminal to 74,000 m3 to include petrol storage. Seven year contract signed with Greenergy for use of petrol and diesel capacity in Cardiff terminal.

  • Inver Foley's TraleeInver moves into the forecourt business

    Inver Energy in partnership with local businessman, Norman Foley, officially opened its doors as a forecourt business for the first time to the Tralee and Killorglin community.

  • inver-energy-flagship-store-limerickFirst Company owned forecourt opens in Punches Cross, Limerick

    Inver’s first flagship forecourt opens in Limerick.

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