Total expands network of service stations


    Total (Philippines) Corp. further expands its local retail network with the recent addition of two new service stations.

    The company said the stations located in Visayas Avenue in Quezon City and Española in Palawan were designed as one stop shops as these also provide lubricant services apart from selling petroleum products.

    The service station in Quezon City also has a convenience store and a coffee shop.

    “The new Total service stations bring us closer to our customers and are also designed to provide the best customer experience with our range of quality product and service offerings,” Jean-Pierre Battermann, Total (Philippines) managing director, said in a statement.

    Total (Philippines) is the local subsidiary of French energy player Total. At present, it has close to 500 retail stations throughout Luzon and Visayas.

    The company also serves as a financial back office for Total affiliates in Asia Pacific and the Middle East, Total Solar SEA which supplies solar-powered photovoltaic panels, Total E&P and SunPower.

    According to data from the Department of Energy, Total (Philippines) had a market share of 1.96 percent as of first half of 2019.