Majority state-owned Bangchak Petroleum Plc (BCP) will spend 3 billion baht to expand and upgrade its retail oil facilities over the next three years.
The oil refinery and retailer plans to convert 200 small petrol stations nationwide to standard-sized units. By 2015, it expects to have 700 standard stations from 500 at present, said senior executive vice-president Yodphot Wongrukmit.
New stations will be developed in prime areas in the East and South, he said, adding that 120 existing stations will be renovated this year.
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