About CUPET


Mision

Explore, produce, refine, operate and commercialize oil and its derivatives to meet the needs of customers and people, with quality, safety and competitiveness, contributing to the country's economic independence and sustainable development.

Vision

It will be the leading oil organization in the Caribbean, which will ensure the self sufficiency of petroleum and its derivatives to the country, from reaching a high technological potential and achieving the cohesive, professional and ethical participation of its workers committed to the sustainable development of the country.

Our History

At the triumph of the Revolution in Cuba began an impetuous industrial development that included the oil industry, carried out for the first time by the Cubans in benefit of the town. Starting in 2000, the business reorganization and improvement in the companies of Cuba-Petroleum and in its Main Office began, with several events taking place, among which the following stand out: • Conception and implementation of a comprehensive system for the management and operation of fuels from importation to commercialization. • Application of more modern techniques in the drilling, development, production and improvement of the national crude oil. • Creation and development of specialized services companies that include petroleum services, maintenance, construction, transportation and general services. • Start of exploration in the exclusive Economic Zone of the Gulf of Mexico. • Introduction of Methane Air replacing naphtha as an energy source for the production of manufactured gas. • The production of national crude oil remains high. CUPET's overall strategy is to increase oil and gas reserves, guaranteeing its optimum utilization as a fundamental way to meet the supply of fuels and lubricants to customers and people in a timely manner with high quality and low costs. The strategic lines of action have been the following: - Increase the production of crude oil and gas. - Ensure maximum use of natural gas. - Accelerate the assimilation of the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Gulf of Mexico. - To optimize the refining, adapting it to the consumption structure of the country. - Optimize the distribution and consumption of fuels in the national market. - Develop a system of customer service and people. - Meet the needs of domestic fuels to the population. - Reorder and optimize the logistics of fuels in the national market. - Consolidate CUBALUB's position in the national lubricants market. - Implement and maintain a Corporate Total Quality Management System in the Union according to ISO 9001-2000 standards. - To seek external and internal financing for strategic investments. - Increase the productivity of Human Capital. - Develop information technology implemented a comprehensive system. - Secure basic supplies and supplies in a timely and efficient manner. - Accelerate the process of corporate transformation. - Ensure preparation for the defense of our facilities to make them an impregnable bastion.


1860

Discovered of Motembo site, Matanzas.

1930

First works in the search of oil.

1940

Refinery is installed in the center of the country.

1950's

Foreign companies in Cuba.

1959

Cars that distribute fuels in canteen.

1960´s

Nationalization of refineries.

1983 to 1990´s

New refinery.

1991´s

Supertankers base.

(Español) 1995

CUBALUB

1972 – 1974´s

Liquified Gas

1997´s

ENERGAS A.S

2012´s

Scarabeo 9

2016´s

Horizontal drilling.

2016´s

EMCOR


Board

Juan Torres Naranjo

General Director

Alejandro Carreño Garcia

Deputy Director

Roberto Suarez Sotolongo

Deputy Director

Orestes Hernandez Perez

Exploration and production Director

Riyaguel Capote Rodriguez

Commercial Director

Juan J. Alfonso Lopez

Refining Director

Tania Perez Delgado

Human Capital Director

Rolando Cruz Ricardo

Accounting and Finances Director

Alina Quesada Wert

Treasury Director

Pablo A. Rojas Faife

Supervision and Control Director

Isis de la C. Davila Rodriguez

Technical Director

Erick Rodriguez Meriño

Purchasing Director

Elio Clavel Valverde

Safety and security Director

Carlos Aviles Tamayo

Mechanization Director

Isnel Diaz Cal

Invesment Director

Alexey Nodarse Morales

General services Director

Marlene Barrios Torres

Planning Director

Joel Perez Betancourt

Maintenance director

Hary Estrella Torres Carrion

Chief of Cadre

Belkis Escobar Gomez

Chief of Legal Affairs

Lino Muñoz Estrada

Chief Audit

Nestor Perez Franco

Operations and logistics Director

Ivelisse Silva Garcia

Head of Group Planning and Balance

Oscar Acuña Noriega

Business Director

Clients and Providers

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