PTT Philippines started venturing into retail business in 1996 with its first fully integrated retail service station inside the Subic Bay Freeport Zone and has since been expanding in various parts of the country – from the northernmost part of Ilocos down to Iloilo in Western Visayas region.

In 2008, Park ‘N Fly, the country’s only full-service airport parking facility, became a member of the PTT Family. In January 2015, PTT Philippines opened its first Platinum Station in Lucena City that was followed in November 2016 by its biggest station – the two-hectare park concept PTT-SCTEX.

A Platinum Station and a Park Concept are premier stations that are bigger in size in terms of land area that also serve as a one-stop-shop facility with wide variety of services that include a row of restaurants, convenience store, and a world-class pay toilet called Restroom 20, among others, to complement the gasoline station.

Currently, PTT Philippines has a network of 181 retail stations in at least nine regions in the country particularly in Metro Manila, South Luzon (Region 4A & 4B), Central Luzon, Cordillera Administrative Region, Ilocos, Bicol, and in Central and Western Visayas.

With its continuing expansion in the Philippines, it acquired another storage facility in Sariaya, Quezon last year to cover the Southern Luzon region. This is an addition to its existing depots in Subic, Clark, and Cebu. These facilities have segregated tanks and pipeline system to ensure integrity and non-contamination.


There are two types of PTT Retail Stations:

  1. Company- Owned- Dealer- Operated Station (CODO). – PTT will only supply signage and technical know-how. For CODO dealership agreement, it is minimum of 3 years subject for renewal of each term.
  2. Dealer–Owned- Dealer–Operated Station (DODO). PTT will supply the equipment such as pumps and signage and takes care of all the expenses in the installation of these equipment. For DODO Dealership agreement, minimum for PTT is 10 years with an option to renew there after.


The main requirement to build a PTT Station is ownership of a property with a minimum of 1,000sqm lot with atleast 30– 0 sqm frontage. This is for a small–sized gas station and will be subject for a feasibility study from our Marketing Team.

Other requirements will be as follows:

For DODO Agreement
  1. Letter of Intent
  2. Transfer Certificate Title
  3. Vicinity Map
  4. Location Plan
For CODO Agreement
  1. Letter of Intent
  2. Accomplished Dealer Application Form
  3. Business Plan


Why should you invest in PTT Philippines? Why would you choose PTT?

PTT is owned by the largest oil company in Thailand. We know the business and have very strong support from the head office which is owned by the government of Thailand

Where do you source your products?

PTT has its own refinery in Thailand, but we import finished petroleum products of premium quality directly from our International Trading Office in Singapore.

How is your products compared to your competitors particularly the big three?

PTT products are of international quality and even surpass the Philippine National Standards for both gasoline, diesel and lubricants. Our gasoline product line are all high – octane fuels (97, 95 and 93) and are priced economically.

For lubricants, we have a complete line of products for different applications. May it be engine oils, gear oils, transmissions oils etc. Our lubricants meet the highest API rating as of present in the Asia- Pacific Region. We directly import our lubricants from our head office in Thailand.

How can I be a PTT Dealer?

You can be a PTT Dealer in two ways:

  1. If you apply for a dealership in one of our Company-Owned-Dealer-Operated (CODO) Stations
  2. If you build your own Dealer-Owned-Dealer-Operated (DODO) Station. The DODO investment is flexible.

Is there a franchise fee I need to pay? And how much?

PTT does not require you to pay a franchise fee. If ever you wish to become a PTT dealer, we will only enter into a Retail Dealership Agreement.

What other support do you provide for the dealers?

PTT also has non-oil businesses to generate additional revenues for our dealer-partners.

  1. Café Amazon – PTT’s jungle themed coffee shop which serves its own blend coffee and tea.

Do you require franchise fees for these non–oil businesses?

We currently require a Php300,000 (VAT ex.) franchise fee for Café Amazon.

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