Buckhorn Bp - BP
400 Buckhorn Rd, Mebane NC
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 89
GPS coordinates: N 36.07775 W 79.22390 (entered by MadFueler)
Updated by MadFueler, May 30, 2015 16:10 CDT
Added phone number; updated GPS coordinates from satellite photo to place map marker directly on station canopy (previous coordinates of 36.08019°N 79.22474°W are on wrong side of freeway as Swepson states below). Station is S of I-85/I-40 exit 157. Confirmed still sells ethanol-free 89 octane as its only midgrade gas.
Updated by Swepson, February 22, 2015 16:28 CST
Map slightly off as station is actually south of Interstate
Updated by DoctorQuality, May 16, 2014 18:36 CDT
Confirming, again. 2014-05-14. BP Silver (89) on the main islands is labeled ethanol-free. $397.9 (regular 87 + $0.40).
Updated by Jeff, April 05, 2014 14:59 CDT
Purchased silver mid grade 89 octane earlier in the week for the car, $3.95 a gallon. Again this station is not a 24 hour station. But gas mileage has been wonderful!
Updated by Steve from Cary, August 16, 2013 7:46 CDT
Still there, all Silver pumps are 89 and Ethanol free. $3.739/gal today.
Updated by Gary, May 02, 2013 8:58 CDT
Great find, all silver pumps have no ethonol. Cost are as high as premium.
Updated by Gary, April 25, 2013 16:31 CDT
Still selling ethonol free gas,,,,,,,,,,,, silver states clearly no ethonol in tank. 4/25/13
Updated by DoctorQuality, February 17, 2013 12:49 CST
Re-confirmed personally on 2013-02-15. 89 octane, priced at $4.16, regular + 0.44. This is NOT a 24/7 gas station.
Updated by DoctorQuality, August 14, 2012 7:42 CDT
2012-08-13. Personally confirmed. Sticker on pump clearly states "Silver (89) contains no ethanol." Priced at 40 cents above regular 87 grade. Gas & station are branded BP, but receipt gives name as "Amoco Food Shop," a holdover from when BP absorbed Amoco, I suppose.
Updated by Eric R, January 31, 2012 21:01 CST
Mid-grade still labeled 'ethanol-free' as of January 30, 2012 $3.729/gallon
Updated by cris jones, October 23, 2011 23:11 CDT
midrange ethonol free. charges $0.30 more a gallon than 87 oct.
Updated by bob smith, September 01, 2011 21:31 CDT
sells ethonol mfree midrange but charges the same as the premium grade.sticks it to you but blames the oil co because it does not contain ethonol/and costs more. the oil co adds the ethonol before shipment screwed again!
Posted by David G, June 11, 2011 15:46 CDT