Fuels: Terminal Expansion Completed

Chevron's $7 million investment in the Acajutla terminal in El Salvador increased its fuel storage capacity from 300,000 to 450,000 barrels.

Thursday, November 21, 2019

As announced in 2016, the investment in the plant expansion consisted of the construction of two tanks, each with a storage capacity of 75,000 barrels.

Armando Vega, Chevron's general manager for Central America and Colombia, told Laprensagrafica.com that "... in the construction of the two tanks there was a $7 million investment, added to another $4 million that Chevron has made in the improvements of Texaco stations located on a national scale."

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Vega added that "... at the Acajutla terminal, Chevron, receives the fuels that are commercialized through the Texaco brand in more than 100 service stations in El Salvador."

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