Petron Corporation Financial Statement Analysis

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UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN – VIRATA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Petron Corporation
Case Presentation
Michelle Therese Diaz | Christian Ernest Santos | Abigail Dy | Wilson Ramos | Christian Villar
1 December 2014

Contents
The Company ............................................................................................................................................. 2
1.1.

Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 2

1.2.

Ownership Structure .................................................................................................................. 2

1.3.

Business Strategy ...................................................................................................................... 3

1.3.1.

Expansion of regional presence in the Asia Pacific ............................................... 3

1.3.2.

Leveraging on refining assets to achieve competitive advantage .......................... 3

1.3.3.

Ensuring market dominance over the long-term .................................................... 3

The Oil Industry in the Philippines ................................................................................................... 4

2.

2.1.

The Philippine Economy ........................................................................................................... 4

2.2.

The Oil Industry .......................................................................................................................... 4

2.2.1.

Car Buying Boom .................................................................................................. 4

2.2.2.

Market Share ........................................................................................................ 4

2.2.3.

Global Oil Market…...

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