Where is Murphy USA Corporate office Headquarters

Murphy USA Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 200 E Peach St, El Dorado, AR 71730, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 870-875-7600
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: customercare@murphyusa.com
  • Number of Employees: 4200
  • Established: 1996
  • Founder: ‎Charles H. Murphy Sr.
  • Key People: R. Andrew Clyde, Mindy Wes

Murphy USA Headquarters Location & Directions

Murphy USA Headquarters Executive Team



R. Andrew Clyde

President, CEO & Director

Malynda K. West

Executive VP of Fuels, CFO & Treasurer

About Murphy USA, History and Headquarters Information

Murphy USA was founded in the year 1996. The company has been active for almost 23 years now. The company was founded as a spin-off of Murphy Oil in the year 2013. In the first quarter of the year 2016, the company had announced a change in its relationship with Walmart, as they began opening their own in-house gas stations and convenience stores. It plans to increase its locations independently of Walmart sites. In the year 2016, the company had announced that Core-Mark would be the sole distributor for their chain. The headquarters of the company is based in 200 E Peach Street. The name of the place is El Dorado, while the name of the state is Arizona, USA. The pin code is 71730.

Murphy USA is an American company that provides a supply of gas via its retail gas stations, to its customers in the USA. The company has more than 1400 stores across 26 states in the USA. As part of the company's new direction, more than 240 stations, also known as Murphy Express stores, are also located independently as well. In the year 2018, the company was ranked at 279 places on the Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by revenue. The current CEO of the company is R Andrew Clyde. The current number of employees working in the company is more than 4200.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase natural gas and petroleum, that are processed and distributed by the company itself.

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  • Anjelica Fragoso says:

    Why do yah take my points away

  • Lynda says:

    To whom this may concern please tell me why at the age of 64 I have to show my ID when I pay cigarettes it’s so crazy you are the only store that requires me to show ID please stop the nonsense thanks

  • Terry Humphrey says:

    Customer service the worst. Was charged twice at a murphys and was only told to call 1800-#. Only told me on their end I was only charged once. My bank account said otherwise. Was on last 80$ when charged twice and it left me in a bad position. Only resolution I was offered was in 7-10 business days it would be back in account. What about needing it today right now? They didn’t care, not one bit. I won’t be a loyal Murphy’s customer any longer. Very unhappy.

  • Maria Rodriguez says:

    Fui a Murphy a poner gasolina y llebaba pesetas y la senorita me dijo q no porque ya tenia pesetas y yo soy cliente de ahi

  • Maria Rodriguez says:

    Mi Nombre es Maria de los Angeles Rodriguez y me gusta poner gasolina en Murphy en Brownsville tx pero hoy fui y llebaba 10 dollars en pesetas y dijo la muchacha q no aseptaba las pesetas q porque ya tenia y eso me hizo sentir como q mi dinero no balia porque heran pesetas

  • JFK says:

    I have some knowledge to the work they have done. There underpaid and unappreciated. There Management team bogus and non-experience required. In order to run a business from and aspect of intelligence we as people need to be concerned with safety as well as security. There is none at there locations as well no real major part takers of cooperate management and further I have bare witness to the cigarette movement of transportation from foreign and domestic aspect. They are a vital practice of business in the New York City thru Atlanta trade of Products being bought, sold and received. Why has no one launched and investigation into there tobacco products and distribution of via (Newport Gangs)… please be mindful and aware… Thanks and God bless

  • Ronnie willis says:

    I went to of ur stores in Pensacola off moble hwy. And was treated worse than i have ever been at any store the lady was really racist and i mean bad. Was being very rude and slamming the thing i asked for in my hand. Im not gonna stop till i get satisfied on this ill even go to all news ppl if i have 2.

  • Mattie says:

    This is from my comment earlier I was carded for cigs and a man that was in front of me when I went back in the store was buying cigs as well and was not carded but I have to say and can say the manager was very nice and polite very kind

  • Mattie says:

    I shop at the Murphys Express in Tarboro North Carolina one of the employees a light skin female cussed at me using using the f word and then she got another black female manager to check my out this is very disrespectful and unprofessional I don’t think employees should be allowed to cuss at there customers no matter the situation or circumstance this is unacceptable and I’m not going to take it or put up with it something needs to be done to these kind of employees I told the manager and she just said she would talk to the employee and that’s all that was said and done and nothing will probably be said to the employee at all I’m very disturbed by this and wanted to report it

  • phillip b eisenbeiss says:

    Yeah this will be my wife’s third or fourth year with the company has been assistant manager since eight months after starting and is now being passed up for general manager for a third time because the district manager wants someone to kiss her ass all the f****** time I want to turn this in but I can’t do so because I don’t know how to get ahold of the people who take care of this the managers do not look at people who are taking care of the company they are always worried about their pee on kissing

  • Lori says:

    We were pumping gas at the Lauren’s SC location at 10:58 pm along with 2 other people when all the lights turned off and so did the gas pumps! It shut off in the middle of us pumping gas! That’s very poor service, very rude and could be very dangerous for someone alone! (with how dark it gets) We had a little old lady come over and ask us what happened. She was worried but also said “That’s poor service!” If you are going to shut everything down at 11 with no attendant then maybe you should put a big sign out saying so or maybe not do that at all considering that is bad for business. Leave your pumps on all the time or at least have an attendant there so when it is time to close they won’t just shut everything down on paying customers!

  • Mary says:

    Third time in a month that I have gone to the USA in Port Hueneme CA and it has been closed (this during open business hours.) Sign either said “On lunch break” or “On dinner break. Back in 30 min.” Before Murphy took over a year or so ago that store never had it’s doors locked and the service was always very good. Not so much now. Bad business practice!!!!!!

  • Cindy says:

    I am , or was a customer at the murphys usa gas station and when i tried to enter the store at 9:45pm Thursday night , i was told they closed at 10pm .this store has never closed at 10pm ive been there on several occassions after 11pm.There was a short black girl working she had 2 black male customers in store but would not let me in saying she was closed.When i started leaving i noticed another black male enter the store so im guessing because im white she was closing .If this aint racist i dont know what is.You never hear a white person accuse someone of being racist but you always hear it from a blavk person .I am white and i treat others the way i want to be treated.I find this very offensive.And somehow i doubt this will ever be looked into.This world has or no the people in this world have become a disgrace, its a crying shame.

  • Jessica Showalter says:

    I live in Myrtle Beach South Carolina and my daughter and I went in to buy beer for myself not anyone else and cigarettes for myself. Normally she goes into the store with me all the time so it didn’t matter that she was with me and had a pack of skittles and a 2-liter Pepsi. I was refused the cigarettes and beer because she didn’t have an ID. I had mine and like I said I’m her mom and she is 18. I’ve never been refused before.

  • Sean Reed says:

    Sir or maam,
    First i wanna say that i have been going to this store for years. I have never had an issue or altercation. The manager there is very polite and we have been on a first name basis since my seperation from the military. Today though was a different day. I am like i said a 11 year combat veteran from my army. I did 3 deployments and during my last deployment i got an injury to my right eye that forced me to be medically discharged. I have been coming to that store for many years and today i was embarresed and shamed. I went in the store today around noon like i always do to get cigarettes for my wife and I and i have always been able to use my VA DOD Federal combat veteran ID card to purchase my goods. It is a photo ID that is NOT expired and has my name and all information even including my SSN and was told that i can not purchase my goods because the ID would not “scan”. The first time ever that i have had an issue with the store. There was many customers behind me that where waiting to purchase there goods as well and the lady just said “no” and stated “ maybe i should get a license. Due to my injury i am unable to get a licence and depend on my VA id to be sufficent enough and it has been until this purchase. She embarresed me in front of everyone waiting and even though many customers where dissapointed in her desicion and the way she acted and said their opinion she still decided to not serve me. I just wanted to bring this up to whoever i can so that this does not happen to another veteran that has served our country and they get treated the same way. I guess i will have to take my buisness elsewhere which is sad because that store has always been my favorite for gas, the rewards with the app, and until this point the people that work there. I really hope that something is changed because this incident was something i dont wish on anyone that has served our country. Thank you for your time.
    – SSG Reed, Sean ret.
    (423) 341-3538
    1813 ridgeway dr.
    Kingsport, TN 37664

    • Cindy says:

      Mr.Reed, im so sorry for the way you were treated .This is awful and in todays society people or should i say young adults have no respect for the Veterans of our country or any adult for that matter.But dont you worry, surely that person will have compromised issues for how they treated you, God looks out for those of us who respect others.again im sorry you had such a bad experience in this store its getting to where nowadays you cant go anywhere.

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