Gulf to expand to the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico

The U.S. oil company Gulf, which began supplying gasoline in Mexico in 2017, is planning to expand in the country while it also incorporates itself in the energy sector, which is forecast to expand in the next to years.

The firm plans to have in operation new service stations in the Metropolitan Zone of the Mexican Valley (ZMVM) by the end of 2018. It also seeks to supply turbosina at airports and its long-term goal is to invest in infrastructure once the new storage, import and fuel distribution policies established by the upcoming presidential administration are defined, informed a press release.

“We would be entering into operation in Mexico city and the Metropolitan Area towards the last quarter of the year,” said Sergio de la Vega, president of Gulf Mexico. “We intend to enter strong, but with a very concentrated effort. The plan is to have a very important presence.”

So far, the company manages 44 stations in nine states of the country and expects to close this year with 160 service points, of which 30 will be in the ZMVM.

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