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Ampol traditionally pays two dividends every year, in March and September. The company has not skipped a dividend payment since 2009.
As at October 2021, Ampol does not offer a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP).
|04 Mar 2022||$0.4100||100.00%||Final||31 Mar 2022|
|03 Sep 2021||$0.5200||100.00%||Interim||23 Sep 2021|
|05 Mar 2021||$0.2300||100.00%||Final||01 Apr 2021|
|07 Sep 2020||$0.2500||100.00%||Interim||02 Oct 2020|
|09 Mar 2020||$0.5100||100.00%||Final||03 Apr 2020|
|09 Sep 2019||$0.3200||100.00%||Interim||04 Oct 2019|
|01 Mar 2019||$0.6100||100.00%||Final||05 Apr 2019|
|10 Sep 2018||$0.5700||100.00%||Interim||05 Oct 2018|
|12 Mar 2018||$0.6100||100.00%||Final||06 Apr 2018|
|11 Sep 2017||$0.6000||100.00%||Interim||06 Oct 2017|
|06 Mar 2017||$0.5200||100.00%||Final||31 Mar 2017|
|07 Sep 2016||$0.5000||100.00%||Interim||30 Sep 2016|
|09 Mar 2016||$0.7000||100.00%||Final||04 Apr 2016|
|04 Sep 2015||$0.4700||100.00%||30 Sep 2015|
|05 Mar 2015||$0.5000||100.00%||02 Apr 2015|
|05 Sep 2014||$0.2000||100.00%||Interim||01 Oct 2014|
|04 Mar 2014||$0.1700||100.00%||Final||03 Apr 2014|
|04 Sep 2013||$0.1700||100.00%||Interim||02 Oct 2013|
|05 Mar 2013||$0.2300||100.00%||Final||04 Apr 2013|
|05 Sep 2012||$0.1700||100.00%||Interim||03 Oct 2012|
|06 Mar 2012||$0.2800||100.00%||Final||03 Apr 2012|
|02 Mar 2011||$0.3000||100.00%||Final||29 Mar 2011|
|01 Sep 2010||$0.3000||100.00%||Interim||28 Sep 2010|
|02 Mar 2010||$0.2500||100.00%||Final||29 Mar 2010|
An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Ampol Ltd (ASX: ALD) is the only Australian fuel and convenience brand listed on the ASX. The company has reverted to trading under its original Ampol banner after being known as Caltex Australia Limited for the last 20 years. In December 2019, United States oil giant Chevron Corporation terminated the Australian company's license to use the Caltex name, hence the requirement for a rebrand.
Ampol is Australia’s number one transport fuels company and operates across two key divisions: Fuels & Infrastructure and Convenience Retail. With this, Ampol has the largest finished product import terminals in both Australia and New Zealand, a refinery in Queensland, nearly 100 bulk fuel storage and distribution hubs, 800 company-controlled retail stores and more than 300km of fuel pipelines. Ampol is also part of an alliance with Woolworths Group Ltd (ASX: WOW), through which there are more than 700 Caltex Woolworths co-branded locations across the country.
Ampol's roots track all the way back to 1900 and the company has been listed on the ASX in its current form since 1980.
|16 May 2022||$33.68||$-0.24||-0.71%||364,831||$34.11||$34.20||$33.53|
|13 May 2022||$33.92||$0.79||2.38%||865,049||$33.25||$34.20||$32.41|
|12 May 2022||$33.13||$0.48||1.47%||1,309,613||$33.50||$34.41||$32.86|
|11 May 2022||$32.65||$-0.36||-1.09%||918,119||$32.96||$33.25||$31.65|
|10 May 2022||$33.01||$-0.23||-0.69%||952,053||$31.80||$33.08||$31.50|
|09 May 2022||$33.24||$0.20||0.61%||380,783||$33.66||$33.66||$32.89|
|06 May 2022||$33.04||$-0.82||-2.42%||698,578||$33.00||$33.59||$32.73|
|05 May 2022||$33.86||$-0.08||-0.24%||629,485||$34.33||$34.49||$33.41|
|04 May 2022||$33.94||$0.63||1.89%||782,187||$33.67||$34.05||$33.36|
|03 May 2022||$33.31||$-0.08||-0.24%||464,254||$33.34||$33.58||$32.95|
|02 May 2022||$33.39||$-0.46||-1.36%||411,847||$33.41||$33.60||$32.97|
|29 Apr 2022||$33.85||$0.37||1.11%||1,233,438||$34.16||$34.81||$33.78|
|28 Apr 2022||$33.48||$1.23||3.81%||956,143||$32.26||$33.55||$32.26|
|27 Apr 2022||$32.25||$-0.05||-0.15%||482,991||$32.60||$32.93||$32.15|
|26 Apr 2022||$32.30||$-0.54||-1.64%||597,726||$32.60||$32.83||$31.79|
|22 Apr 2022||$32.84||$-0.15||-0.45%||627,726||$32.34||$33.04||$32.29|
|21 Apr 2022||$32.99||$0.83||2.58%||546,523||$32.64||$33.17||$32.26|
|20 Apr 2022||$32.16||$0.04||0.12%||451,052||$32.19||$32.30||$31.87|
|14 Apr 2022||Matthew Halliday||Buy||21||$686,024|| |
As advised by the company. The portion of the 2021 short-term incentive outcome that is
deferred in restricted shares for two years
256,152 performance rights & restricted shares
as per announcement on 14/04/2022
|12 Apr 2022||Gary Smith||Buy||1||$56,083|| |
|11 Apr 2022||Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Buy||1||$50,316|| |
|01 Apr 2022||Matthew Halliday||Expiry||37||$1,144,277|| |
As advised by the company. vested (13.33%) in fully paid ordinary shares and restricted shares.
219,897 performance rights & restricted shares
|01 Apr 2022||Matthew Halliday||Buy||1||$38,137|| |
Director remuneration. As per announcement on 20/042022
257,402 Performance rights and restricted shares
|01 Apr 2022||Matthew Halliday||Buy||3||$114,443|| |
As advised by the company. Vested (13.33%) in fully paid ordinary shares and restricted shares.
|18 Oct 2021||Matthew Halliday||Buy||28||$862,516|| |
Conversion of securities.
|18 Oct 2021||Matthew Halliday||Exercise||28||$862,516|| |
Conversion of securities. 234,660 - Performance rights and restricted shares
|13 Oct 2021||Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Buy||1||$48,171|| |
|24 Aug 2021||Matthew Halliday||Buy||3||$100,155|| |
|24 May 2021||Matthew Halliday||Issued||90||$2,637,337|| |
Issue of securities. 262,755 - performance rights & restricted shares
|Mr Mark Peter Chellew||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2018|| |
Mr Chellew brings to the Board international expertise in industry, strategy, governance and large capital projects with a background in manufacturing, mining and process industries. He is currently Chairman of Cleanaway Waste Management Limited and Chairman of Downer EDI Limited. Mr Chellew was formerly Chairman of the industry body Manufacturing Australia and a director of Virgin Australia Holdings Limited and Infigen Energy Limited. Mr Chellew was the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Adelaide Brighton and prior to that, held executive positions at Blue Circle Industries and CSR Limited.
|Mr Michael (Mike) Francis Ihlein||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2020|| |
Mr Ihlein brings to the Board financial expertise and experience as an international executive from a range of industries, including previous roles as CEO and CFO of Brambles Limited and CFO of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited and a director of CSR Limited. Mr Ihlein is currently a director of Scentre Group Limited, Inghams Group Limited and the not-for-profit mentoring organisation Kilfinan Australia Ltd.
|Mr Matthew Halliday||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Mar 2020|| |
Mr Halliday was appointed Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer in June 2020. He joined Ampol in April 2019 as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining Ampol, he enjoyed a successful career with Rio Tinto spanning 20 years, where he held senior finance and commercial roles across several divisions and geographies.
|Mr Gary Malcolm Smith||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2020|| |
Mr Smith brings to the Board substantial Australian and international oil industry experience with a career in oil and gas that spans 40 years, including 20 years with Shell and various executive roles within the industry, including General Manager Refining, Supply and Distribution of Ampol Limited (formerly Caltex Australia Limited). Mr Smith is currently employed as a Senior Advisor with Poten & Partners, working with the LNG Commercial team.
|Ms Penelope (Penny) Ann Winn||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2015|| |
Ms Winn brings to the Board Australian and international strategic, major transformation and business integration, technology, supply chain and retail marketing experience. Ms Winn is currently a director of CSR Limited, The Amphora Group PLC (Accolade Wines) and the ANU Foundation. She has previously served as Chair and a director of Port Waratah Coal Services Limited, director of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited, a director of Goodman Limited and Goodman Funds Management Limited and a director of a Woolworths business, Greengrocer.com, a Myer business, sass & bide, and Quantium Group. Prior to her appointment to Ampol, Ms Winn was Director, Group Retail Services, with Woolworths Limited. She has over 30 years' experience in retail with senior management roles in Australia and internationally.
|Ms Elizabeth (Betsy) Donaghey||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2021|| |
Ms Donaghey brings over 30 years' experience in the energy and oil and gas sectors including technical, commercial and executive roles at EnergyAustralia, Woodside Energy and BHP Petroleum. She is currently a non-executive director of the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and Cooper Energy Limited. Ms Donaghey's previous experience includes non-executive director roles at Imdex Ltd, an ASX-listed provider of drilling fluids and downhole instrumentation, St Barbara Ltd, a gold explorer and producer, and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency. She has performed extensive committee roles in these appointments, serving on audit and compliance, risk and audit, technical and regulatory, remuneration, and health and safety committees.
|Mr Steven Gregg||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Oct 2015|| |
Mr Gregg has over 30 years' experience in investment banking and management consulting in Europe and Australia. He brings to the Board executive, corporate finance and strategic experience. Mr Gregg is Chairman of Tabcorp Holdings Limited and a director of Challenger Limited and Challenger Life Company Limited, and William Inglis & Son Limited. He is also the Chairman of Unisson Disability Limited and a trustee of the Australian Museum. He has previously served as Chairman of Goodman Fielder Limited and Austock Group Limited. Mr Gregg has Australian and international experience, with ABN AMRO (as Senior Executive Vice President and Global Head of Investment Banking), Chase Manhattan, Lehman Brothers and AMP Morgan Grenfell. His most recent executive role was as a Partner at McKinsey & Company.
|Ms Melinda Blanton Conrad||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2017|| |
Ms Conrad brings to the Board over 25 years' experience in business strategy, marketing, and technology-led transformation, and brings skills and insights as an executive and director from a range of industries, including retail, financial services and healthcare. Ms Conrad is currently a director of ASX Limited, Stockland Group, Penten Pty Ltd and a director of the Centre for Independent Studies. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Corporate Governance Committee and an Advisory Board member of Five V Capital. Ms Conrad has previously served as a director of OFX Group Limited, The Reject Shop Limited, David Jones Limited, APN News & Media Limited, the Garvan Medical Research Institute Foundation, the George Institute for Global Health and as a member of the ASIC Director Advisory Panel. Ms Conrad held executive roles at Harvard Business School, Colgate-Palmolive, several retail businesses as founder and CEO, and in strategy and marketing advisory.
|Mr Michael Abbott||Company Secretary||Feb 2021|| |
|Michael Abbott||Company Secretary|| |
|Joanne Taylor||Executive General Manager Consumer and B2B|| |
|Andrew Brewer||Executive General Manager Fuel Supply Chain|| |
|Brent Merrick||Executive General Manager International and New Business|| |
|Greg Barnes||Group Chief Financial Officer|| |
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|Mr Vikas Malu||64,142,050||9.09%|
|Ms Meng Meng||41,824,437||5.93%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||38,637,601||5.48%|
|Mr Vikas Jain||37,745,930||5.35%|
|Al Hadeetha Investment Services LLC||31,500,000||4.46%|
|Metal Corners Holdings Co||31,012,217||4.40%|
|Mr Piyush Jain||24,199,437||3.43%|
|Mr Jay Hughes + Mrs Linda Hughes <Inkese Super A/C>||20,600,000||2.92%|
|Whitechurch Developments Pty Ltd <White church S/F A/C>||20,575,550||2.92%|
|Mr Tyrone James Giese||17,456,189||2.48%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <UOB KH P/L AC UOB KH DRP>||16,575,689||2.35%|
|Ferguson Superannuation Pty Ltd||12,790,543||1.81%|
|Mr Pradeep Kumar Goyal||11,781,549||1.67%|
|Mr Mohammed Saleh Alshaikh||11,347,387||1.61%|
|Mr Farrokh Jimmy Masani||10,422,687||1.48%|
|Mr Anthony Cullen + Mrs Sue Cullen <AC&SJ Cullen Super Fund A/C>||9,758,544||1.38%|
|Mr Peter Kelvin Rodwell||9,422,858||1.34%|
|Mr Warren William Brown + Mrs Marilyn Helena Brown||8,664,286||1.23%|
|AUM Family Super Pty Ltd <D2M2 Aggarwal Super Fund A/C>||6,055,725||0.86%|