Total Philippines Corporation

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Total Philippines Corporation is a subsidiary of Total S.A., one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world.

The Total Philippines was established in 1997 as the second largest investment of its mother company in in Asia with $80-million worth of infrastructure. This includes the state-of-the-art oil distribution terminal in Mariveles, Bataan, capable of storing up to 50-million litres of fuel, and another at the Manila Harbor Center in Tondo, Manila, with a storage capacity of 9-million litres of fuel. Both depots support the company's nework of 62 service stations all over Luzon.

Total Philippines holds an equity share in a 45,000 metric ton liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) terminal in Batangas and two LPG refilling stations within Metro Manila. And with its acquisition of Superkalan Gaz Corporation, it now dominates the 2.7-kilo and 5.5-kilo cylinder market for LPGs nationwide.


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