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Ampol Limited (ASX:ALD) is an independent Australian company and the nation’s leader in transport fuels.

We supply the country’s largest branded petrol and convenience network as well as refining, importing and marketing fuels and lubricants. We have a deep history spanning over 120 years, having grown to become the largest transport fuels company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). Ampol supplies fuel to around 80,000 customers in diverse markets across the Australian economy, including defence, mining, transport, marine, agriculture, aviation and other commercial sectors.  Across our retail network, we serve more than three million customers every week with fuel and convenience products.

Our ability to service our broad customer base is supported by our robust supply chain and strategic infrastructure positions across the country, which includes 18 terminals, five major pipelines, 55 depots, 1,900 branded sites (including approximately 700 company-controlled retail sites) and one refinery located in Lytton, Queensland. This network is supported by over 8,100 people across Australia and overseas.

In recent years, we have leveraged our Australian business to extend our supply chain and operations into international markets. This includes our Trading and Shipping business that operates out of Singapore and Houston in the USA, and our international storage positions across the Asia Pacific region. We also have a growing presence in New Zealand as owner of Gull New Zealand, which operates the largest independent import terminal in the country and a retail network. Ampol also owns a 20% equity interest in Seaoil, a leading independent fuel company in the Philippines.

Our approach to sustainability involves making it core to decision-making at all levels in our business, and in a way that balances environmental, social and governance aspects with our broader strategic objectives. We recognise and align our approach with recognised practices and standards and seek feedback from our stakeholders on material matters. In 2021, we released our Future Energy and Decarbonisation Strategy focused on meeting the future lower emissions energy needs of our customers and reaching net zero emissions across our operations by 2040.