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Coronavirus Update

We understand many of you have worries around the spread of Coronavirus. We want to share some of the precautions that are being taken at Esso branded service stations. We also want to thank those who are working to keep Esso branded service stations running.
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Did you know?

  • Vouchers with 100,000 euros on them

    Every year Esso donates €100,000 to the community in Cyprus.

  • ESSO

    Esso comes from the pronunciation of the letters “S” and “O” for Standard Oil, which is what the company was called until 1911.

  • Four percent

    Under-inflated tyres can increase the amount of fuel you use by up to 4%. In all our stations you can check your tyre pressure**

  • Engine

    The diesel engine was invented by trial and error by Rudolf Diesel, who obviously named it after himself.

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    Save on fuel, fill up on life

    Esso Synergy™ fuels give you more kilometres with every fill.

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    Energy for life

    As well as providing energy for life’s journeys, at Esso we’re also providing energy for the community by giving something back.

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  • Esso Fleet card

    Esso Fleet Card

    Read on to see just how the Esso Fleet Card service offering is distinctly different, setting us well apart from our competitors.

    How it works
  • Antamivi, loyalty, collect, redeem, Bank of Cyprus, Esso

    Antamivi at Esso

    Learn about the added benefits of collecting and redeeming your Antamivi points at Esso.

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*Basis for comparison is versus unadditised fuel. Benefits may vary depending on factors such as engine type, driving style, and fuel previously used. Fill is defined as a full fuel tank.

** International Energy Agency