Sol’s JOURNIE Rewards

Sol’s JOURNIE Rewards was launched in Cayman on November 8, 2022. 
Sol has introduced an exciting new program designed to reward customers of its network of Esso-Branded Service Stations. The new program, called “JOURNIE Rewards” gives customers a chance to win prizes every month. Every time customers fuel up or make in-store purchases at any of the Esso-Branded Service Stations, they will be eligible to enter and win Grand prizes ranging from cruises for two, plane tickets for two, Electricity vouchers and more. In addition to these prizes, up to 50 additional lucky customers can win $50 vouchers for fuel, groceries and more, every month. 
To enter for a chance to win, customers must first register to become JOURNIE Rewards members, through a simple, one-time sign-up process. Customers can either scan a QR code with their mobile device or visit the JOURNIE Rewards website, enter their contact information and they are a registered JOURNIE Rewards member.
Commenting on the JOURNIE Rewards program, Rosalind Robinson, General Manager, Sol Petroleum Cayman Islands Limited, noted that the program is an opportunity to reward their customers for their loyalty to the brand.  
She added that “the JOURNIE Rewards program allows us to continuously add value to our customers’ lives and reward them. Now, every time our customers make a purchase, they will have the added benefit of a chance to win big prizes every month. Sol is delivering on its commitment to energize the communities in which it operates by giving back to its customers in a meaningful and tangible way.”
Customers who are interested in learning more about JOURNIE Rewards can visit for more details about the program.
The Esso brand is a trademark of ExxonMobil Corporation and is used under license
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Sol Wins Big at the 2022 Institute of Dominica Customer Service Awards

Sol Wins Big at the 2022 Institute of Dominica Customer Service Awards


Dominica, October 4, 2022 – Sol EC Ltd (Sol) was declared the Best Customer Service Innovator Organization by the Dominica Institute of Customer Service at the organization’s 2022 Service Excellence Awards. The prestigious award was presented to Sol for its innovative remote monitoring devices that give customers a convenient way to monitor their cooking gas (LPG) level from any smartphone device. The award also serves to acknowledge Sol’s use of smart technology through the Otodata app and investing in Service Learning for frontline service staff.


Ms. Deborah Edward, General Manager for SOL EC LTD St. Lucia & Dominica, was the recipient of the Customer Service CEO award. In her acceptance speech, Ms. Edward thanked several of her Sol team members for their help along her journey to foster a culture of customer excellence within Sol. She further expressed her appreciation, stating that “this win is for our team who gives 100% every day, our customers who choose Sol over and over, and our Company for trusting me to lead with purpose and on purpose!”


Ms. Edward was joined by Nedson Defoe, who works at Sol in the capacity of Driver/Plant Attendant, and Fearn John Baptiste, Assistant Accountant at Sol, who took home the awards for Customer Service Champ and Customer Service Professional respectively. In all, Sol walked away with four of the nine awards, making it the most awarded company in the 2022 Service Excellence Awards.


Service Excellence Awardees in the individual categories are selected through a process whereby customers take surveys to share feedback based on their customer experiences at several organizations. These organizations are then invited to nominate members for the various categories and, finally, the institute contacts the organizations’ customers to verify their submissions based on their past engagement with the nominees.


President and Co-Founder of the Institute of Dominica Customer Service, Mrs. Natasha Yeeloy-Labad, assured that their board of directors is “committed to transforming, advocating and providing the muscle around sharing with businesses the benefits of service literacy.” She continued by indicating her confidence that Dominica “is completely worthy of the honor of service excellence and we must facilitate an enabling environment for making her a haven of service excellence.”


Commenting on Sol’s big wins at the awards, Ms. Edward noted that Sol is a world-class organization offering world-class service, and that the company invests significant resources of time, money and training to ensure its customers in Dominica and across the region receive quality service. “Sol has a deep commitment to the communities in which we live, work and play”, she said, “and our core values of safety, integrity, community and respect have a tremendous impact on the way that we do business.”

This year marks the 2nd instalment of the Institute of Dominica Customer Service’s Service Excellence Awards and the first gala event in recognition and celebration of the awardees. Ms. Edward says that Sol intends to continue its long tradition of customer excellence into the future and thanked the Dominica Institute of Customer Service for recognizing Sol’s commitment to customer service.




The Sol Group is a leading petroleum company, operating in 23 countries across the Eastern Caribbean, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Bermuda, Bahamas, Cayman, Belize, Guyana, St. Croix, Suriname, French Guiana, Martinique and Guadeloupe. Sol supplies fuels, lubricants, bitumen, and LPG through an extensive service station network, with marine, aviation and commercial operations in the Caribbean. For more information, visit

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Energizing Communities. Supporting the Annual St. John’s Lions Club’s

Sol recently supported the Annual St. John’s Lions Club’s “Fish-Is-It” health initiative in the area of the Gouyave Nutmeg Pool. Sol’s provision of groceries and a Sol Gas cylinder, helped with the preparation of the delicious fish dishes that were on sale. The event was a great success, and the proceeds will aid in the implementation of the Club’s various initiatives that will benefit parishioners of St. John and St. Mark. These initiatives will support diabetes, cancer, environmental protection and mitigation, youth, parenting and poverty.  Sol is thrilled to partner with the St. John’s Lions Club and to support a community initiative that promotes the health and well-being of Grenadians and that is aligned with our purpose of Powering Journeys and Energizing Communities.

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“The future of Guyana is indeed bright”

Sol Guyana was proud to cut the ribbon for the official launch of our newly commissioned jetty facility at Rome on the East Bank of the Demerara. For us at Sol, this is a milestone project and an investment that demonstrates our belief in the sustainability of Guyana’s development agenda and will strengthen the advancement of bunkering and enhance support for the offshore services related to Guyana’s fast-growing oil and gas sector. As Sol Guyana General Manager Earl Carribon noted “The future of Guyana is indeed bright and Sol remains committed to being a dependable and responsible partner to the people of Guyana as we have been over the years”.
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Charting a Sustainable Energy Future

Sol Guyana Inc. was recently a proud sponsor of the International Energy Conference and Expo 2022. Under the theme ‘Charting a Sustainable Energy Future’, participating local and international companies came together to share industry trends and announce their future projects.In harmony with our purpose of powering journeys and energizing communities, we at Sol are proud to play a role in Guyana’s journey to a sustainable energy future.

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Happy World Water Day!

Here are 3 easy tips to save water that you can implement at home!

  1. Wash your car with a bucket (instead of with a hose)
  2. Catch rainwater for watering plants to reduce using potable water
  3. Turn off the shower/tap when lathering/brushing teeth

Share any other #watersaving tips with us in the comments

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