Island Energy Services CEO Jon Mauer chats with HI Now’s Kainoa Carlson about how Island Energy is providing safe, reliable, quality fueling options to meet Hawaii’s energy needs now and into the future (watch)
Island Energy Services, LLC donated $40,000 to the American Red Cross Pacific Islands Region as part of its ongoing support of the organization’s humanitarian mission “to prevent and respond to life-threatening situations and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies.” Click here to view story.
Hawaii High School Athletic Association executive director Chris Chun was ready to claw for money if he had to. At least one local company is making that scenario less likely. Island Energy Services — the exclusive licensee of the Texaco brand in Hawaii — will continue to support the HHSAA monetarily. Click here to view
The nonprofit Hawaii High School Athletic Association is poised to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars because of missed sponsorship opportunities for canceled state championship events. Click here to view story.
Touch-free fueling is now available at select Texaco gas stations! Now customers can use the Texaco mobile app to fuel-up without ever leaving their car. It’s a safe, secure, and convenient way to fill up with Texaco with Techron gasoline during these uncertain times. (Watch)
Select Texaco locations will be offering on Oʻahu and on the Big Island. This will be during a pilot period that will start on April 22 and will end on May 5. Click here to view news story.
Island Energy Services, LLC announced that it will begin offering touch-free fueling services at select locations on Oʻahu and Hawaiʻi Island starting Wednesday. View article here.
Catherine Cruz, host of The Conversation on Hawaiʻi Public Radio, interviews Albert Chee, Island Energy Services’ Vice President of Retail & Community Relations as he describes how Island Energy Services, and its Texaco Network is responding to the coronavirus. Click here to listen to the broadcast.
Island Energy Services, LLC has continued its general Hawaii operations, without any interruptions to its fuel supply or inventories, despite the continuing spread of the coronavirus. Click here to view full article. (Subscription required.)
Key service providers confirm to a nervous public that they’ll keep working. View article here.