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Supplying fuels in Ireland since 1984

Inver is a large Irish company supplying fuels in Ireland for over 30 years. Inver derives its name from the Gaelic word for “estuary” or “mouth of the river”. Our name reflects our roots, the inception of our business on the Shannon estuary and the location of our co-owned state of the art terminal in Foynes. Over the past 30 years we have grown from a local supplier of fuel oil to a national supplier of a full range of fuel products. We have also grown our business in the UK fuels market and on October 31st, 2017, Greenergy International Limited acquired Inver Energy Limited. Greenery is the UK’s leading supplier of road fuel and is growing internationally.

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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