1. Who is South Pacific Petroleum Corporation?
South Pacific Petroleum Corporation (SPPC) purchased the assets of Exxon Guam in December 2000.
SPPC operates 10 retail service stations under the licensed name 76 and Circle K. SPPC also owns SPGas, the island's largest supplier of LP gas. SPPC is a proud family of over 140 local employees and growing.
2. How is SPPC affiliated with the 76 and Circle K brands?
SPPC is a local company, operating 13 retail service stations under the licensed name 76 and Circle K. SPPC is rooted in the island with the majority of its board members residing on Guam and its growing commitment to spearhead community projects that make a difference, such as the "Clean Your Closet", "Drive for Charity Golf Tournament" and "Holiday Helping Hands". SPPC also owns SPGas, the island's largest supplier of LP gas, and is the licensee of the 76 fuel and lube brands, owned by ConocoPhillips Corporation and Phillips 66. SPPC is also the franchisee of the Circle K brand, owned by Alimentation Couche-Tard. SPPC's workforce of over 140 local employees is helping the company to remain a viable, community oriented company today, and for future generations to come.
3. Is this an off-island company with profits going off-island?
SPPC is a local company with the majority of its board members residing on Guam.
SPPC's management has made a commitment to grow the company as a community oriented company, reinvesting its profits back into the community.
4. What are SPPC's long term plans?
Are they willing to invest and grow with the community?
SPPC is committed to grow the company as a community-oriented company. Learn more about SPPC's involvement in the community.