Barnsdall motor fuel ?

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SDR
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Roderick Grant
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Barnsdall Oil was bought by Tulsa company DX Gasoline, which merged with Sun Oil to become Sunray DX Oil, which sold under the names of DX and Sunoco. Later mergers and acquisitions, including The Seagram Co., followed through the merger mania of the recent decades, so who knows what any of it is anymore? When tobacco giant RJ Reynolds sells Oreo cookies, you can tell that madness has overtaken it all.

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