Puma Energy-

Puma Energy is the Australian branch of Puma Energy, Geneva which in turn is owned (49.6%) by the Netherlands based, Trafigura, the second largest international oil trading company in the world and the Angolan state energy company Sonangol (28%).  Puma  moved into Australia in 2013 and it subsequently purchased among others the Gull, Matilda and Peak brands.  It currently has 270 “service stations and unmanned sites” in Australia.  Note:  Not Convenience stores!

Angolan "Convenience Store"

Angolan “Convenience Store”

Puma is aggressively expanding around the world. It has 2,468 retail sites in 47 countries.  Their strategy is to have a consistent image and branding worldwide. According to Trafigura, Puma Energy worldwide in 2017 had revenue of over 14 billion U.S. dollars and made a profit of over $127 million.  According to available Australian government figures, Puma Energy Australia has not paid any income taxes since 2013, which probably means forever in Australia. Again,  ATO figures show Puma’s income in 2016 was over two billion Australian dollars. More information is available here.

Last year Puma Energy launched in Australia its 7th Street brand in Gisborne, N.S.W. This is the model that will be used in Dunsborough and across the country.

You can find more about Trafigura’s environmental record and trading issues here and  and an Amnesty International report here.

The General Manager of Puma Australia is Ray Taylor-nope,  Ian Ross-nope, Jim Raszyk-nope.  A prize to anyone who knows!  He/She/It can be contacted here:
365 Macarthur Avenue,
Queensland 4007
Tel: +61 7 3457 2500

Customer Service:
Tel: 1300 723 706

General Email Address:  greensquare.reception@pumaenergy.com

PR Email Address: sue.monk@colelawson.com.au