As part of its expansion plans, a new fuel service station is planned to be opened
Exclusive licensee of the Texaco brand in Hawaii, Island Energy Services, LLC has stated the expansion of its fuel service stations in West Oahu for which it has signed a lease agreement with the Kamokila Development Group with the intention of building a new fuel service station on a 1.2-acre vacant parcel, featuring, eight fueling positions, a convenience store, and a carwash on just over half of the property with the balance of the land sub-leased to compatible retail businesses that are yet to be determined.
The new fuel service station named Kamokila Texaco is projected to open in the summer of 2018 and is the first fuel service station to be built by Island Energy after purchasing Chevron USA’s refining, distribution and statewide retail assets in November 2016. Creating new jobs, the new Kamokila Texaco is expected to employ 10 full time and two-part time personnel.
“As an energy company focused on meeting Hawaii’s energy needs, Kamokila Texaco represents Island Energy’s commitment to providing customers with high-quality fuels refined in Hawaii,” said Jon Mauer, Island Energy Services president and chief executive officer. “By growing the number of Texaco locations, we are serving Hawaii’s motorists by making it convenient for them to get to and from the places that matter most.”
Albert Chee, Island Energy Services Vice President of Retail Marketing and Community Relations, said, “Consistent with our goal of growing the business via prudent strategic investments, we are excited to add to our network of retail service stations to better serve the growing needs of the Kapolei community. We know that consumers want convenient locations to fuel up with Texaco with Techron, and this location along a main thoroughfare in Kapolei accomplishes this.” PWKD09082017
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