With less than a week left before the expiration of their contracts, Texaco dealers island wide are again restive. The dealers are concerned that they will suffer the same fate as three long-standing dealers whose contracts were not renewed by the management of Gulf Stream Petroleum, operator of the Texaco brand in Jamaica. The contracts of the three operators in the Corporate Area were not renewed, and the locations reportedly sold to another member of the petroleum sector. An industry source disclosed Sunday night that an emergency meeting of the Jamaica Gasoline Retailers Association (JGRA) was held Saturday, where members raised the issue of the pending expiration of their contracts. In the meantime, Derrick Thompson, President of the JGRA, has written to Texaco's management, seeking clarification on the way forward. Earlier this month Texaco gas station operators announced a plan to close their businesses for a day as a sign of protest. It was called off following a meeting with the petroleum marketing company.