NorthStar Energy: Providing Vital Distribution
NorthStar Energy companies provide critical fuel and lubricants to residents, fishery, mining, and construction customers in Alaska and Hawaii each year. NorthStar Energy companies include Delta Western Petroleum and Inlet Energy, two of the largest petroleum and lubricant distributors in Alaska; Northern Oilfield Services serving the North Slope of Alaska; Alaska Petroleum Distributing, serving residential, commercial, and retail customers in Fairbanks, North Pole, and surrounding areas; Hawaii Petroleum, the leading independent fuel marketer on Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii; The Jankovich Company, a long-time service partner to automotive, industrial, commercial, marine, and aviation customers in California; and CityService Valcon, providing fuel, oil, and energy products to the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies markets.
Responsible & Reliable Energy Distribution
Customers in Alaska rely on Delta Western Petroleum’s nine locations – from the Aleutians to the North Slope – to provide a reliable and timely supply of heating oil and commercial fuel. In warmer climates, Hawaii Petroleum companies HFN, Ohana Fuels and Minit Stop provide retail and commercial fuel as well as fresh, convenient foods to residents and companies from more than 20 locations on Maui and the Big Island. The Jankovich Company provides full-service, Land and Marine lubricants, fuels, and specialty products to Southern California and beyond.
NorthStar Energy companies employ more than 475 employees in the fuel and lubricant distribution and retail trade. They bring a strong culture of safety and responsibility to the Saltchuk family of companies and 100% dedication to the protection of the pristine environments of Alaska and Hawaii.
- Fuel and lubricants distribution
- Wholesale product purchase from refiners and marketers
- Domestic and international marine transportation coordination
- Retail locations and convenience stores
- $650+M annual revenue
- 480+ employees
- 3.9 million gallons of petroleum products sold weekly
- 18 tank farms with 20+ million gallon capacity
- 17 convenience stores in Hawaii