Through ever increasing experience and powerful alliances with the world’s leading energy organizations


GB Energy


GBG Energy advances responsible expansion across countries by prioritizing sustainable business practices and strengthening strategic partnerships across sectors.

This forward-thinking mentality, helps to increase value for external stakeholders and local markets, while actively contributing to the wellbeing of society and the planet.

We take our leadership role on Hispaniola to heart and will continue to expand our 380+ strong service station network and product offerings to accompany our customers in the transition toward cleaner and renewable alternatives.

The GB Group

GBG first entered Haiti’s fuel distribution industry in 2003. By 2012, GBG had successfully completed the acquisition of Chevron— Texaco’s downstream assets in three additional countries in the Caribbean.

Our track record

Our track record, values, and professional code of ethics provide us with the competitive advantage necessary to responsibly execute GBG’s growth strategy, while remaining faithful to our corporate sustainability charter.

As conscientious citizens, we believe in securing long-term solutions and managing investments sensibly in order to enhance socio-economic development and environmental protections.

GBG is dedicated to introducing new forms of energy in all of the markets we serve. These viable alternatives are paramount in securing competitive clean energy and progress.

Our alliances with some of the world’s leading energy organizations have enabled us to capitalize and learn from their industry-leading best practices.



Through our activities in the consumer goods sector, we are able to touch each and every family. 


In 1973 we started with the manufacturing and distribution of steel reinforcing barriers, since then we expanded to also distribute lumber, steel flats, angles, sheets, and roofing sheets. In 2013, we partnered with Domicem, to manufacture and distribute cement.


By co-investing with credible partners, we are creating a financially solid sector while creating green jobs and long-term sustainable plans to maintain Hispaniola’s status as a key exporter of agricultural goods to the US and the Caribbean.


Consisting of ports, free zones and power generation projects, this division accounts for the first private bulk and container port in Haiti and an industrial park with a dedicated international container port, as well as development of fuel, LNG, thermal, solar and possibly wind energy sources.