INDEPENDENT oil firm Jetti Petroleum said Sunday that it planned to invest around P1.5 billion starting the last quarter of this year until 2025 for an additional 100 gas stations across the country.
“[W]e will also have around 200 gas stations by the end of 2023 as well as continue to serve our customers in the best way we can,” the company said in a statement.
On November 9, Jetti Petroleum reopened its flagship retail gas station along the corner of President Diosdado Macapagal Ave. and Coral Way in Pasay City after closing it in December for renovations.
“The Jetti Macapagal station is the company’s flagship station and is part of a new design concept that shares the same space with the company’s corporate headquarters,” Jetti Petroleum President Leo Bellas said.
The firm said it spent around P15.5 million for the reconstruction and added certain features suited for today’s customer environment such as cashless transactions.