Topaz is a forecourt operator formed after a takeover of Shell and Statoil's operations in Ireland, which followed the Corrib gas controversy.
They privately developed one service area at Cashel, and have now won the contract to operate three more - however this has been contested by rival firms.
They were purchased in 2016 by the owner of Circle K, an American convenience store and fuel brand.
For the former Roadchef brand, see reStore (Roadchef).
Their largest filling stations have the forecourt shop branded Re.Store. This doubles up as both the filling station pay point, and a deli and café. It usually has a separate entrance for customers not purchasing fuel. It is currently being phased out in favour of Circle K.
LocationsTopaz operate at the following motorway services:
- Ballacolla (M8) - which they own outright
- Cashel (M8) - which they own outright
- Kill (N7) (westbound only)
- Moneygall (M7)
The following services are likely to be operated entirely by Topaz:
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