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AutoGas industry repositions for the future
4 years ago

AutoGas industry repositions for the future

The Australian AutoGas Industry has been hit by a ‘perfect storm’ in recent years as a result of changes in government policy, rapid growth in sales of new diesel commercial …
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Chevron CEO John Watson on oil prices, what makes the US No. 1 in energy, and why he wants to stay in California

America’s oil giants are unparalleled in their power, complexity, and centrality to the American standard of life. With 30-year time horizons and international ties that go back decades, they see …
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Australia’s first hydrogen refuelling point for cars opens in Sydney
4 years ago

Australia’s first hydrogen refuelling point for cars opens in Sydney

Australia’s first hydrogen refuelling station for cars will be opened in Sydney today — and the industry is expected to push for a “hydrogen superhighway” from Melbourne to Sydney.

South Korean …
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Caltex welcomes new investors to share register
4 years ago

Caltex welcomes new investors to share register

Caltex Australia Managing Director and CEO Julian Segal today welcomed new investors to  its share register following the successful sell down by Chevron of its 50% shareholding in Caltex.

Mr Segal …
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No change from Chevron exit: Caltex
4 years ago

No change from Chevron exit: Caltex

Caltex Australia says it will be “business as usual” after US energy giant Chevron sold its 50 per cent shareholding in the local fuel refiner and distributor.

Chevron announced on …
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Coca-Cola Amatil banking on lift from Coke Life

After a 23-year career with Coca-Cola, Barry O’Connell has arguably swallowed more soft drinks than the average consumer.

But when the head of Coca-Cola Amatil’s Australian non-alcoholic beverages business undertook …
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Chevron’s exit won’t alter Caltex’s course: CEO Julian Segal

US oil major Chevron’s $4.8 billion exit from Caltex Australia will not alter the local company’s strategy, but chief Julian Segal says it removes a “complexity” in distributing franking credits …
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Chevron sells out for $4.7bn but Caltex says ‘it’s business as usual’

Caltex Australia chief Julian Segal says it is “business as usual” following US energy giant Chevron selling its 50 per cent shareholding in the fuel retailer and refiner for $4.7 billion.


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Australian food businesses in major turnaround with investment starting to pick up pace

International investment in Australian food companies has begun picking up pace.

Both large and small companies have sold to Asian buyers in recent times, from the billion-dollar deal for …
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Franchising Code – what you need to know

The new Franchising Code of Conduct came into effect at the start of this year, with implications for petroleum and convenience store operators, retailers, franchisees and franchisors.

In this article, …
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