Phoenix Petroleum to roll out discounts nationwide

DAVAO CITY—Phoenix Petroleum said it was ready to roll out its discounts on gasoline and diesel nationwide “to help cushion the impact of oil-price, increases.”

On May 29 and 30 selected Phoenix stations in Metro Manila gave promotional P5 off a liter of gasoline and P2 off a liter of diesel. The company said  while it was done in the national capital, it would be rolling off this promotional discount nationwide soon.

It gave out the discounts as part of the promotional engagements of its products and new ventures, and expansion of the company stations and operations.

“We are enhancing our network, products, services and promotions, all in support of our vision to be an indispensable partner to our customers. We are focused on delivering value and operational excellence as we aim to make Phoenix Petroleum a credible alternative to the bigger players,” said Henry Albert Fadullon, the company’s COO.

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The company disclosed it continued to enjoy the patronage of motorists, citing warm receptions to its presence in even remote highways, such as its first station in Bohol, in its capital town of Tagbilaran.

“The proudly homegrown company started the year strong with an increase in market share and 530 stations nationwide,” it said.

New stations were opened early this year in locations, such as Enrile Avenue, Tuguegarao; West Service Road, Muntinlupa City; San Pablo, Laguna; Mambaling, Cebu; Tanauan, Leyte; and Magugpo East in Tagum City.

It said Phoenix Petroleum has been aggressively expanding since it opened its first station in 2005 in Davao. In January the company opened its 100th station “that bears the new design, a clean, modern and sleek look in keeping with its aspiration of becoming the next-generation fuel company that caters to the needs of this generation’s drivers.”

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Manuel Cayon has written about Mindanao for several national newspapers for more than two decades, the most part of it on conflict-reporting, and on the political, insurgency and civil rights front. He also scribbles on the religious and human rights issues for the Thailand-based Catholic news agency as well as he strings for several wire agencies. His stint with then TODAY newspaper started his business reporting obtaining in Mindanao, continuing to this day with BusinessMirror. He received citations and awards, including two Biotechnology awards for reporting. He was a fellow of the US International Visitors’ Program Leadership in 2007 on conflict resolution and alternative dispute resolution. He attended college at the Mindanao State University and the Ateneo de Davao University