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Puma Energy Acquires BP Australia's Bitumen Business

13 Mar

Puma Energy, the integrated midstream and downstream energy company, today announced it has signed a sales and purchase agreement with BP Australia to buy its Australian bitumen business. The completion of the transaction is subject to regulatory approvals. Puma Energy is a major player in the global bitumen market. Puma Energy is one of the largest traders of bitumen with a worldwide distribution and marketing network. This includes owning...

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Puma Energy completes Mackay Fuel Terminal

31 Dec

As part of Puma Energy's commitment to bring more competition to the Australian fuel market, we opened our first newly-constructed fuel terminal in Mackay, Queensland in 2014. The fuel terminal in Mackay has improved Australia's import and fuel storage capabilities and has helped us to ensure our customers in regional Queensland have all of their fuel supply needs met. Boasting six storage tanks with 56 megalitres of storage capacity...

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Puma Energy Australia brands its first reseller

11 Nov

Puma Energy, Australia's largest independent fuel operator, officially opened its first fully branded reseller service station in October, adding to its six rebranded stations that opened earlier this year. The launch of its first branded reseller site marked a milestone for the business, as new resellers see the opportunities of aligning themselves with Puma Energy's strong retail and commercial network. Puma Energy Australia's General Manager Ray Taylor said...

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Puma Energy to acquire Australian bitumen business

14 Oct

Puma Energy Australia has reached an agreement to acquire Caltex Australia Ltd's bitumen business, subject to regulatory approval. The Sydney-based bitumen business operates through an agreement with Terminals Pty Ltd who operate a purpose-built Bitumen Terminal in Port Botany, Sydney. The deal also includes the purchase of Caltex’s 50% share in an Oxidation plant joint venture partnership with SAMI Bitumen Technologies for an oxidation and in-line blending facility which...

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Puma Energy completes Central Combined Group acquisition

31 May

Australia's largest independent fuel operator Puma Energy has today announced the completion of the acquisition of Queensland's Central Combined Group (“CCG”). The acquisition of CCG, which trades as Fuel Central and Lube Central, will add 18 service stations and five fuel depots throughout Mackay, Gladstone and Emerald to Puma Energy's portfolio. The acquisition will increase Puma Energy's exposure to the growing mining industry fuel market in regional Queensland, and...

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Puma Energy completes Ausfuel and Neumann Petroleum acquisitions

4 Apr

Global mid and downstream energy company Puma Energy has today announced the completion of the acquisitions of Ausfuel and Neumann Petroleum. The acquisition of Ausfuel, which completed on Friday 1st March 2013, will add 110 retail sites of Gull, Choice and Peak service stations to Puma Energy's portfolio, as well as 11 depots throughout Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales. The acquisition of...

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Puma Energy secures entry into australian mining market

27 Feb

Puma Energy, Australia's largest independent fuel operator, will secure a strong foothold into Australia's mining industry with the announcement that it will acquire Queensland's Central Combined Group (“CCG”). CCG, which trades as Fuel Central and Lube Central, is central Queensland’s largest independent fuel marketer with a retail network of 18 service stations and five fuel depots throughout Mackay, Gladstone and Emerald. The acquisition of CCG will increase Puma...

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Puma Energy becomes largest Australian independent fuel retailer

4 Feb

The Australian independent fuel market will become stronger today with the announcement that global fuel distributer, Puma Energy, will acquire Ausfuel from Archer Capital to become Australia’s largest independent fuel retailer. The acquisition will bring much needed competition to the market, ensuring Australia’s independent fuel operators can maintain their valuable foothold. The acquisition of Ausfuel, owner of Gull, Choice and Peak service stations, will add 110 retail sites...

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Puma Energy expands into Australia with the help of Neumann Petroleum

23 Jan

January 23, 2013 - Competition and supply in Australia’s fuel market will receive a much-needed boost with the announcement today that Neumann Petroleum, owner of Matilda and Neumann service stations, is to be acquired by Puma Energy.  The agreement is subject to regulatory approvals and procedural consents. Under the deal, which represents Puma Energy’s first investment in Australia, Puma will acquire Neumann Petroleum’s retail portfolio of more than...

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