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Caltex Australia Limited (CTX) is the only Australian fuel and convenience brand listed on the ASX. Caltex is also Australia’s number one transport fuels company. The company operates across two key divisions: Fuels & Infrastructure and Convenience Retail. 

With this, Caltex 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 over 300km of fuel pipelines. Caltex is also part of an alliance with Woolworths Group Ltd (ASX: WOW), through which there are over 700 Caltex Woolworths co-branded locations across the country.

Caltex’s roots track all the way back to 1900 and the company has been listed on the ASX in its current form since 1980. In the decades since, Caltex shares have grown to become part of the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) and the company has been subject to various takeover bids along the way.

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