Tauber Oil Company is present in Latin America through its wholly owned subsidiaries Tauber Oil Colombia S.A.S and Tauber Oil México S.R.L de C.V. Tauber also has active commercial relationships with the National Oil Companies (NOC’s) of Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Peru and Trinidad and Tobago and well as a host of privately owned companies in the Oil & Gas and Power Generation sectors.”
Tauber deploys resources in Latin America by collaborating with top industry service providers in each Country where we do business. Tauber has substantial storage capacity in the USGC to support its business for Latin America. In addition, Tauber also secures storage capacity in Countries throughout the region to support its local business as required.
Lory T. Whitley joined Tauber Oil Company in September 1999 as a Transportation Manager for Tauber Petrochemical Co. She spent 6 years gaining valuable knowledge of the petrochemical industry and focusing on transportation methods; namely trucking, railcars, and inventory management. In 2005 Lory moved to the Residual Fuels business unit, gaining knowledge of the Carbon Black and Residual Fuel industries. She is responsible for developing the transportation safety department for Tauber Oil Company. In 2011, Lory took advantage of opportunities at GATX Rail and GeoMetrix, leasing tank and freight cars and selling railcar tracking software, respectively. She then returned to Tauber Oil Company in 2014 as a Manager of Business Development, then, promoted to Vice President of Tauber Oil Company in January 2015.
Lory is a Board Director for the Southwest Association of Rail Shippers (SWARS), a member of the Houston Transportation Professionals Association (HTPA), and a volunteer at Texas Children’s Hospital with His Grace Foundation.
Lory graduated from the University of Arizona in 1998 with a degree in Agriculture and Resource Economics and Public Policy.