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Caltex is an Australia-based holding company that owns and operates mineral exploration and fuel distribution businesses. Read more
Woodside has been one of Caltex Australia's top competitors. Woodside's headquarters is in Perth, Western Australia, and was founded in 1954. Woodside is in the Multi-Utilities industry. Woodside generates 24% of Caltex Australia's revenue.
Santos is one of Caltex Australia's top rivals. Santos is a Public company that was founded in Adelaide, South Australia in 1954. Like Caltex Australia, Santos also operates in the Oil & Gas Exploration, Production, Sales field. Santos has 4,922 fewer employees vs. Caltex Australia.
Oil Search is perceived as one of Caltex Australia's biggest rivals. Oil Search was founded in 1929, and is headquartered in Stanley, National Capital District (Port Moresby). Like Caltex Australia, Oil Search also works within the Oil & Gas Exploration, Production, Sales field. Oil Search generates $14.3B less revenue vs. Caltex Australia.
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Caltex Australia's revenue is the ranked 1st among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 6.1B. Over the last three quarters, Caltex Australia's revenue has decreased by 0%. Specifically, in Q4 2020's revenue was $15.4B; in Q3 2020, it was $15.4B; in Q2 2020, it was $15.4B.
These are all the companies that Caltex Australia has acquired. Caltex Australia's latest acquisition was Gull in Dec 2016. Gull is an independent fuel company that provides biofuel retail services in New Zealand.
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These are all the companies that Caltex Australia has invested in. Caltex Australia's latest investment was Gull in Dec 2016. Gull is an independent fuel company that provides biofuel retail services in New Zealand.