ABOUT JETTI

MISSION

To be responsive to customer’s needs, profitable in its undertaking and socially responsible while endeavoring to implement positive development in the petroleum industry.

To create maximum value for our partners and customers by being efficient and reliable in providing the energy that improves the quality of life of the public in general.

 

VISION

To become one of the preferred providers of petroleum products in the market through its seal of quality products and services at affordable prices found at convenient locations.

ABOUT OUR COMPANY

Jetti Petroleum Inc. is a 100% Filipino-owned company engaged in the importation, blending, distribution and retailing of petroleum products.

The company was initially formed under the name of Jetti Corporation on April 5, 1998 and supplied fuels to industrial firms and transport terminals at first but soon ventured into the fuels retailing business by putting up gas stations under the JETTI brand name. By May of 2001, Jetti transferred its business address from Murphy in Quezon City to Nagtahan Bulk Terminal in Pandacan, Manila primarily to sustain its growing network of retail gasoline stations and to ensure the steady supply of fuel products to its customers.

Being in an industry where change is norm, Jetti has learned to be responsive and was recognized to demonstrate and ensure compliance with safety and business standards. The company has shown this in 2002 when the local government of Manila imposed its ordinance of closing all fuel terminals in Pandacan for safety reasons. Jetti was one of the few firms that heeded to the call and immediately scouted for a safer and better location of its terminal. Rapid and innovative response was made as relocation took place November of 2002 in a 3-hectare land along the coastal town of Naic, Cavite. The JETTI Naic Bulk Terminal now has a combined storage capacity of sixteen million liters of automotive diesel oil and unleaded motor gasoline products.

In 2004, Jetti expanded its operations in the Mindanao market and constructed the Jetti Tagoloan Bulk Terminal in a 4-hectare property located within the Phividec Industrial Estate in Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental. Considered as the company's most impressive facilitie, the JETTI Tagoloan Bulk Terminal has a total fuel storage capacity of forty-six million liters and equipped with a fully-fitted wharf that meets international standards and capable of receiving fuels from international vessels. Jetti-owned and dealer- owned stations were built in cities of Davao,Cagayan de Oro, Iligan and Butuan, and other key areas in Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental, Lanao del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur. Know as JETTI PETROLEUM INC., the company intends to further secure its foothold in the Philippine retail industry and sustain its status as one of the more prominent new players in the country.

TERMINAL FACILITY

JETTI NAIC BULK TERMINAL supplies all the petroleum product requirement of the company’s network of retail stations in Luzon area. It occupies a 2.2 hectare land area and an off-shore berthing facility located at Naic, Cavite. The combined shell capacity of the storage tanks is 16 million liters for automotive diesel oil and unleaded gasoline products. The Terminal started operations on Dec 2002 and was built to ensure a steady and sustainable supply of petroleum product for the company's valuable customers.

TERMINAL FACILITY DATA

TANKAGE CAPACITY: 16 million liters
6 million liters Unleaded Gasoline
10 million liters Diesel

CARGO RECEIVING/LOADING FACILITIES:

- 2.1 kilometers submarine pipelines 1 x 8 inches diameter with a product flow rate capacity of up to 500 Kiloliters per hour.

-The tank farm consists of five (5) product storage tanks including piping and related appurtenances.

PRODUCT DISPENSING FACILITY

-The tank truck loading rack can serve 250 trucks per day uninterrupted.

SAFETY, SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL

The terminal is equipped with fire fighting facilities for Class A, B, C fires and monitored 24hours a day.

The pipelines are provided with lockable block valves for additional security and environmental measures. The terminal is also equipped incase of off shore or in land accidental product release(s).

Security personnel are assigned at the terminal 24/7.

PORT LIMITATIONS
SAFE BERTHING CAPACITY LOA 2500 DWT
100 METERS
DRAFT AT VESSEL BERTH 5.0 METERS MLL
PORT CLASSIFICATION HARDPORT

JETTI TAGOLOAN BULK TERMINAL supplies all the petroleum product requirement of the company's network of retail stations in Mindanao. It occupies a 4.50 hectare land area and an off-shore berthing facility located at PHIVIDEC Industrial Estate Complex, Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental. The combined shell capacity of the storage tanks is 46 million liters for automotive diesel oil and unleaded gasoline products. JETTI Tagoloan Bulk Terminal was constructed in early 2004 and commenced operations on January 28, 2005. The terminal is designed for the purpose of importation of finished quality petroleum products to complement the company's logistical capacity nationwide.


TERMINAL FACILITY DATA

TANKAGE CAPACITY: 46 million liters
18 million liters Unleaded Gasoline
28 million liters Diesel

CARGO RECEIVING/LOADING FACILITIES:

350 meters dedicated pipelines 2 x 8 inches and 1 x 10 inches in diameter with a product flow rate capacity of up to 600 and 1,000 Kiloliters per hour respectively.

The petroleum breasting dolphins are designed to absorb displacement energy of 20,000 deadweight tons of ship.

The tank farm consists of nine (9) product storage tanks including piping and related appurtenances.


PRODUCT DISPENSING FACILITY

The tank truck loading rack can serve 250 trucks per day uninterrupted.



SAFETY, SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL

The terminal is equipped with fire fighting facilities for Class A, B, C fires and monitored 24hours a day.

The Tank farm and berthing facility is ISPS certified.

The pipelines are provided with lockable block valves for additional security and environmental measures. The terminal also is equipped in case of off shore or in land accidental product release(s).


PORT LIMITATIONS
SAFE BERTHING CAPACITY LOA 15000 DWT
130 METERS
DRAFT AT VESSEL BERTH 13.00 METERS MLL

NEW TERMINAL FACILITY IN MARIVELES, BATAAN

  • Article rank
  • 19 Apr 2013
  • Philippine Daily Inquirer


Jetti's P 1.0-B bulk terminal breaks grounds in Mariveles, Bataan


MARIVELES, Bataan, 18 April 2013 – Independent oil player Jetti Petroleum, Inc. (Jetti) has started the construction of its P1.0 billion bulk terminal in Mariveles, Bataan with a rated storage capacity of 68 million liters.

The bulk terminal was granted five- to seven-year income tax holiday and other incentives from the Board of Investments (BOI) after the project was endorsed to the agency by the Department of Energy (DOE) under the Downstream Oil Deregulation Act.

Jetti Corporate Affairs Manager Leo Bellas said, “Building the Jetti Bataan bulk terminal is our way of thanking Filipino consumers for their trust in Jetti. Through our new bulk terminal, we likewise wish to demonstrate the company’s commitment to the industry and say that we are here for the long haul. Lastly, it shall demonstrate our commitment to the government through additional tax contributions from products that will pass through this new terminal.”

The project that is financed 65 percent by Metrobank & Trust Company and the remaining 35 percent by Jetti will boost the company’s supply chain and overall operations and give momentum to the expansion of its retail stations that serve as catalyst for reasonably priced fuel in Jetti’s host communities.

“We thank our dealers and partners as their faith in Jetti’s operations has made all these possible,” added Bellas.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the storage facility held onsite at a 1.8-hectare lot in Barangay Lucanin was attended by the company’s key officials headed by Jetti President Joselito Tibayan Magalona and Corporate Affairs Manager Leo Bellas. Also gracing the event with their presence were Board of Investments (BOI) Director Guillermo Laquindanum and Senior Specialist Lorna Yumul; Also present in the event were Jose Conrado Yap of Metrobank and Mariveles City Councilor Angelito Rubia.

Once completed, the Bataan bulk terminal will enable Jetti to have direct fuel importation in Luzon to supply the requirements of the company’s growing retail network in Northern and Central Luzon, as well as the South Luzon market’s requirements through Jetti’s Naic (Cavite) Bulk terminal which has no importing capabilities.

The Bataan bulk terminal is Jetti’s second international import terminal for all its fuel products coming from Singapore and other countries. It will complement what is currently the company’s main import terminal located in Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental that ships products to Jetti’s other fuel terminals in Mandaue City, Cebu; Iloilo City and Naic, Cavite.

On its 15th year of operations

Jetti celebrated its 15th year of operations this year with a nationwide network of stations that now total 100 nationwide and four fuel depots with the fifth one being the Bataan bulk terminal. Aside from lean-but-mean operations, Bellas pointed out that Jetti’s being a 100 percent Filipinoowned firm with no mother company abroad to pay royalties to is one of the reasons why Jetti stations nationwide serve as catalyst for bringing down oil prices to reasonable levels in its host communities.

“We value hard work and ambition and in playing fair while we surmount challenges in an industry where no company is too small to make a difference. We get our overflowing inspiration from the communities where we want to bring positive change to through the products that we carry,” stressed Bellas.

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