Total (Philippines) Corporation continues to strengthen its retail business and presence in the country.
In an effort to provide cleaner fuels in more parts of the Philippines, Total has opened three new stations last March. These are the TOTAL Bongabong station in Oriental Mindoro, TOTAL Pulungbulu in Pampanga, and TOTAL Boac 2 in Marinduque. This brings to ten the number of stations opened this year.
“Our continuous growth is a testimony to our commitment to bring high-quality and affordable fuels to more Filipinos,” Total (Philippines) Corporation President and Managing Director Laurent Stouffe says.
Total, which has been present in the Philippines for 21 years, is upscaling its projects in the downstream oil industry. It now has a growing network of close to 500 service stations nationwide. Last year, it opened around 50 stations and intends to continue its growth trajectory.
“We are committed to providing products and services that will support the clean energy needs of the Philippines. With the undertaking of our current initiatives and plans for tomorrow’s oil and gas sector, we continue to serve as a responsible energy player,” concludes Laurent Stouffe.