El Salvador: More Texaco Investments

So far this year Chevron has invested $8 million in the opening of three stations and plans to start expanding the storage terminal in Acajutla.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The project to expand the storage terminal operating in Acajutla consists in increasing capacity "... by about 150 thousand barrels of fuel with the operation of two other tanks which will come online next year." Currently the plant has six tanks for diesel and gasoline, with a storage capacity of 300,000 gallons. 

Elsalvador.com reports that "...The expansion of the network of stations and the terminal will enable the multinational brand to expand its share of the fuel market, which competes with gas stations belonging to Bandera Blanca, Alba Petroleos, DLC, Puma and Uno. According to the Directorate of Hydrocarbons and Mines at the Ministry of Economy, in July 2016, Chevron, through its Texaco brand, had a 34% share, taking into account the sale of all products (diesel, regular gasoline and premium). "

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