Shoreside Petroleum was established in 1986 in Seward, Alaska by Kurt and Diana Lindsey. Born out of a company they owned called Marathon Fuel Service, purchased in 1981 in Seward, Shoreside Petroleum's portfolio includes retail gas stations, products like residential heating fuel, and services such as bulk lube deliveries. We serve a large and diverse customer base within numerous industries including construction, aviation, transportation, marine, fishing, mining and logging.
Kurt is a third generation Alaskan. His parents, Dale and Carol Lindsey, originally purchased Andy's Oil in 1959 in Seward, where they both were born. The company has expanded under the Petro Marine Services name since 1985, growing to be the largest Alaskan-owned petroleum distributorship in the state. In 2011, it celebrated its 50th year in business. As a family-owned business, Kurt and Diana's sons, Matthew Lindsey and Kristopher Lindsey, hold positions in Shoreside Petroleum & Petro Marine Services. Matthew operates as the vice president of operations and Kristopher is working in inventory purchasing and control. Shoreside Petroleum credits its success to building long-term relationships with its customers, suppliers and employees, many of whom have been with the company for more than 25 years.
The Seward terminal serves the marine, construction, and residential heating fuel markets and includes service stations with a bulk fuel terminal location, a large marine service station, an Essential One highway service station, and a large fleet of fuel delivery trucks.
Our Whittier location serves marine vessels and the construction, aviation and railroad industries. The terminal also has a floating fuel dock that serves the needs of two boat harbors.
Established in 2005, the Anchorage terminal serves virtually every industry segment in the Anchorage market with a full line of fuels, lubricants and other petroleum-related products.
Our Cordova terminal was established in 2007 and serves a large commercial fishing fleet, fish processors, power generation plants, and the construction industry. This location also includes a commercial fueling dock for marine vessels and an Essential One retail gas station.
Established in 2013, the Wasilla terminal consists of an Essential One cardlock and retail gas station, along with a well-stocked warehouse that supports sales to all industry segments in the Mat-Su Valley and the interior rail belt.