Mergers & Acquisitions

Nouria Acquires 5 New England Farms C-Stores

Deal for sites in southeastern Massachusetts also includes 1 car wash
Photograph courtesy of Nouria Energy

WORCESTER, Mass. — Nouria Energy Corp. has completed the acquisition of five New England Farms convenience stores and one car wash. This acquisition adds further scale to Nouria’s network and expands its geographic footprint into the southeastern Massachusetts market.

The transaction brings the number of Nouria Energy locations that it operates and supplies in Massachusetts to 109.

  • Nouria Energy is No. 58 in CSP’s2019 Top 202 ranking of c-store chains by number of company-owned retail outlets.

This acquisition also expands Nouria Energy’s footprint as a car-wash operator to 52 locations.

“The New England Farms brand, led by Mickey Higgins and Tom Pratt, is a reputable local convenience-store brand that has been nurtured by dedicated and loyal employees. Today, I want to welcome them to our Nouria family,” said Tony El-Nemr, president and CEO of Nouria Energy. “The acquisition enhances our business profile with added revenue and profit streams backed by strong c-store and car-wash operations.”

Founded in 1989 by Tony El-Nemr, Nouria Energy owns 143 convenience stores, 52 Golden Nozzle car washes, two lube centers, the Whately Diner and a wholesale and logistics business that supplies fuel to a network of approximately 150 dealers.  

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