BP Opens 6 Petrol Stations in Campeche

(Energy Analytics Institute, Jared Yamin, 10.Jul.2018) – British Petroleum extended its operations in the country this week.

Today, we have arrived to Campeche, a state with an increase in tourist activity, reported the daily, citing BP Fuels Mexico General Director Alvaro Granada.

The British company initiated activities in Campeche with inauguration of an initial six of 10 planned petrol stations for this year in the state, reported the daily newspaper La Jornada.

In less than a year and a half, BP has emerged as the foreign company with the largest presence in Mexico. The company already covers an estimated 50% of the national territory, and operates nearly 300 petrol stations where it receives more than 500,000 customers daily.

“BP has come to offer a network of service stations that exceed the expectations of consumers in Campeche,” added Granada.

The inauguration of these first six petrol stations in Campeche and plans to open four more this year in the state form part of the company’s business plan to reach a network of 1,500 petrol stations by 2021.

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