Total (Philippines) Corporation expanded its network in Luzon with three new stations opened three different provinces. The stations are Total Pulungbulu in Pampanga, Total Bongabong in Oriental Mindoro, and Total Boac 2 in Marinduque.
The expansion brought the total number of new Total stations opened this year to 10. Total Corporation has been operating in the Philippines for 21 years now and has upscaled its projects in the downstream oil industry since then. There are now close to 500 service stations nationwide, 50 of which were opened last year.
“Our continuous growth is a testimony to our commitment to bring high-quality and affordable fuels to more Filipinos. We are committed to providing products and services that will support the clean energy needs of the Philippines. With the undertaking of our current initiatives and plans for tomorrow’s oil and gas sector, we continue to serve as a responsible energy player.”
In 2018, Total in the Philippines sought the help of young entrepreneurs for more innovative ideas. In return, winners received financial support of at most P750,000, professional training, and publicity to market their project. Clearly, Total isn’t just about providing good oils for motorists. The company also tap in educating and helping – its way of community service to say the least.
Total in the Philippines is the local subsidiary of French energy player Total and was established in the country in 1997. It primarily engaged in marketing fuels, lubricants, and special fluids. Aside from the Philippines, Total also affiliates in the Asia Pacific and the Middle East, Total SEA, Total E&P, and SunPower. Total has over 14,000 service stations in 62 countries and over 8 million customers. It currently employs 31,000 people in 109 countries, with service offerings to 150 countries.
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