Sunoco LP has ended most of its U.S. convenience store operations.

The Philadelphia-based company announced it had converted 207 of its retail sites in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico to a commission agent model. Sunoco will continue to own, price and sell fuel at the sites where it has c-stores, and it will pay the commission agent a commission on fuel sales.

Sunoco will continue to operate sites along toll roads in New Jersey and New York and to run its retail operations in Hawaii.

In 2017, the parent company of c-store giant 7-Eleven announced it was buying 1,108 gas stations and convenience stores from Sunoco.