A forecourt in South Wales has adopted the Total brand, which was relaunched in the UK by Harvest Energy last November.
Ayra Service Station is in the village of Ynysboeth in the Cynon Valley in Glamorgan.
A year ago Harvest Energy said it planned a new network of Total-branded service stations after it entered into an agreement with the multi-national oil company.
The first Total service station under the deal opened in Thirsk, North Yorkshire, at the end of 2019.
When the deal was announced Benoit Luc, senior vice president, Europe in marketing and services at Total, said: “We are delighted with this alliance with Harvest Energy, where we offer our partner reliable supply and customers gain access to our wide range of products and services.”
“We are pleased and excited that we have signed this partnership agreement with Total,” added Sanjeev Kumar, CEO of the Prax Group.
“It is the culmination of many years of solid cooperation between our respective companies and I am sure that it will be extremely beneficial for all concerned.”
Harvest Energy was unwilling to comment on the new Total site.