Puma Energy to Invest in New Gas Stations in Guatemala

The investment, worth almost $2 million, will enable the fuel importer to open new stations by the end of 2010.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Puma Energy's General Manager, Juan Ángel Díaz, indicated that their expansion plan seeks to position the company as an alternative to traditional companies, particularly outside urban centers.

The executive told Prensa Libre that, "the company currently has 45 Puma branded gas stations located on main highways and some in the capital. By 2011 the pace of growth will be 10 stations, in order to compete on a similar scale to its competitors".



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Puma Changes Business Model in Gas Stations

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Texaco will Keep Assets in El Salvador

November 2010

The multinational claims to have a long-term plan for investments in the country.

Carlos Reyes, general manager of Texaco in El Salvador, told La Prensa Gráfica, "It is true that we are going to leave the service station business, our strategy is to make the sale of fuel a profitable business for both Texaco and for Salvadoran entrepreneurs working with us.”

Texaco Expands in Guatemala

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The company’s plans include investing $2 million in building 4 new gas stations.

Mario Castellanos, general manager of Chevron Guatemala, Inc., that runs Texaco in the country, explained these investments will be executed by third parties. Currently there are 86 Texaco gas stations in Guatemala.

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