Petróleos Delta closed negotiations to purchase Shell and will invest $ 4 million over the long term in the network of gas stations.
The new company will also operate the 13 convenience stores located at the gas stations.
"Both services will change name and corporate identity over the short term, the CEO added. For now, gas stations and convenience stores will continue with the traditional Shell logo," Augusto Gerbaud, CEO of Petróleos Delta in Costa Rica, told Nacion.com.
The bidding for the contract to supply fuel to the State for the 2008-2010 period was annulled.
"The Office of Public Contracts (DGCP) declared that process of receiving new offers or proposals for participating in the process of supply fueling is null and void," said the head of the entity, Edilberto Ruiz Miro, via a press release.
The DGCP invited the other competitors from the sector to participate in the new bid for the contract which will adopt a vehicle fleet card for the State.
The companies that acquired the Shell and Texaco service stations are preparing for changes in operation.
Delta Petroleum of Panama, which last year bought the assets of Shell Costa Rica will invest $4 million in renovations and changes to the brand image, said Mauricio Barzun,general manager ofDelta Petroleum Costa Rica.
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