Chevron expects to open its first fuel station in Mexico within the coming weeks, the US-based refiner announced last week.
The company said its subsidiary, Chevron Combustibles de Mexico, will work with local partners to participate in the importation, distribution and marketing of refined products throughout the country.
Chevron noted that all of its Mexico stations will offer gasoline using its Techron additive.
“We are very excited to introduce Mexico to Chevron-branded fuel, with the engine-cleaning power of Techron,” said Brant Fish, Chevron’s vice president of Americas Products.
“We look forward to growing our presence further in the country.”
Subsequent stations are expected to open in the states of Sonora, Sinaloa, Baja California, and Baja California Sur.