Kapolei Magazine – Island Energy Acquires Chevron

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.  The company would become the first official tenant of the James Campbell Industrial Park, when the estate of James Campbell created the park on surrounding lands and

CSP Daily News – Island Energy Puts 12 C-Stores Up for Sale

Kapolei, Hawaii – Island Energy Services, LLC has put a portfolio of 12 convenience stores up for sale. On June 7, the company directed commercial real-estate firm CBRE Hawaii to proceed with a sale-leaseback program intended to monetize the underlying real-estate value of the 12 locations owned by IES Retail, LLC. Eight of the stations

Hawaii Tribune Herald – Chevron Gas Stations Convert to Texaco

Drivers may have noticed Hilo’s Chevron gas stations quietly converted to Texaco stations last week, part of a re-branding of Chevron stations statewide expected to continue through the year.  In November, Chevron USA sold its Hawaii refinery, distribution terminals and retail assets to Island Energy Services, a subsidiary of New York-based investment firm One Rock

Hawaii Business Magazine – New Name, But the Gas the Same

As Hawaiʻi’s Chevron gas stations rebrand as Texaco, the fuel and services will remain the same, owners say.  Hawaiʻi consumers can be loyal shoppers, so it’s a risk when a company changes from a popular brand to a new one.  But Island Energy Services, LLC took the plunge, and its third-party research indicates customers will

Maui News Now – HHSAA Chevron Wrestling State Championship, Feb. 17-18

The Hawaiʻi High School Athletic Association Chevron State Wrestling Tournament takes place this weekend, bringing in more than 400 athletes from 52 schools together to compete during the state’s largest state’s largest high school wrestling event. The 52nd annual state tournament begins Friday, Feb. 17, at the Neal S. Blaisdell Arena, with the preliminary round

Go Kapolei – Howdy, Tex!(aco)

As the sun sets on Chevron’s century in Hawaiʻi, a new day dawns with Island Energy Services taking over the Campbell Industrial refinery. Jon Mauer, former plant manager for Chevron Hawaiʻi, recently found himself at one of life’s crossroads. He had spent nearly three decades working for the energy giant and was slated to transfer