Jon Mauer is the president and CEO of Island Energy Services LLC. The company, a subsidiary of New York-based One Rock Capital Partners LLC, was created in 2016 after the private equity firm reached an agreement to buy Chevron Hawaii’s refining, distribution and retail assets. Click here to view full article. (Subscription required)
Brand loyalty is strong in the Islands, but give a customer a bad experience and they may never forget or forgive. Continue to full article here.
The new year has brought a new look for Rawlins Service station, which transitioned from Chevron to Texaco branding at the end of 2017. Click here to view article.
The Rainbow Warrior volleyball team is looking to start the New Year in style in the inaugural Texaco Classic tomorrow. The tournament will feature the likes of USC, Juniata and Stevens Institute of Technology along with the No. 5 ranked Warriors. Click here to view article.
It is with great pride and excitement that Island Energy Services celebrates its first anniversary as a premier energy supplier in Hawai’i. Please click here for the full story.
HONOLULU — Island Energy Services LLC has completed the sale of the land and buildings at 11 gas stations on Oʻahu to Fergus & Co., a Honolulu-based real-estate investment company. To view article, click here.
Honolulu real estate investment firm Fergus & Co. has acquired 11 Texaco-branded gas stations in Hawaii from Island Energy Services LLC for an undisclosed price, a year after the Island Energy acquired the properties from Chevron Corp. rebranded them under Texaco. Click here for article. (Subscription Required)
Island Energy Services, LLC., which acquired Hawaiʻi’s Chevron operations, said today it has sold the fee simple land and buildings at 11 gas stations to Fergus & Co., a Honolulu real estate investment firm. Click here for the full article.
Island Energy Services LLC, the company that took over the Hawaii-based assets of Chevron Corp., is celebrating its one-year anniversary in the Islands on Wednesday. To view article, click here. (Subscription Required).
Fifty-eight years ago, Standard Oil Company, later known as Chevron U.S.A., broke ground for a refinery on 263 acres at Mālakole Street, and began production two years later. Click here to view story.