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Prior to that time, Sinclair's trade names for its gasoline products included "Power X" for high-octane fuel and "Sinclair H-C" for regular gas.
Sinclair also has marketed products such as Dino, Dino Supreme and Opaline motor oils.
Many Sinclair stations in the Midwest continued to use the dinosaur logo along with ARCO's "diamond spark" logo, at least some Sinclair stations partially retained the Sinclair brand for a time, using ARCO's blue rectangular logo including the "spark" graphic, but with the word "Sinclair" substituted for ARCO.
In 1976, ARCO spun off Sinclair by selling certain assets to Robert (Earl) Holding.
Sinclair continues to use the green dinosaur, affectionately called "Dino", and markets all its products under the logo.
Sinclair operated a third refinery in Tulsa, Oklahoma until it was sold to Holly Corporation on December 1, 2009.
Between 19, Sinclair leased oil production rights to Teapot Dome in Wyoming without competitive bidding. During the Great Depression, Sinclair saved a number of other petroleum companies from receivership or bankruptcy, and acquired others to expand its operations.
In 1932, Sinclair purchased the assets of Prairie Oil and Gas's pipeline and producing companies in the southern United States, and the Rio Grande Oil Company in California, the purchase of Prairie also gave Sinclair a 65% interest in Producers and Refiners Corporation (or Parco), which Sinclair subsequently acquired when Parco entered receivership in 1934.
Lastly, in 1936, Sinclair purchased the East Coast marketing subsidiary of Richfield Oil Company, which had operated in receivership for several years.
Richfield then reorganized, resulting in the creation of the Richfield Oil Corporation.