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Caltex Australia Limited is an Australia-based transport fuel supplier and convenience retailer company. The Company is engaged in the business of purchasing, refining, distributing and marketing petroleum products, and operating convenience stores across Australia. The Company operates through two segments, which include Supply and Marketing, and Lytton. The Supply and Marketing segment is an integrated transport fuel supply chain that sources refined products on the international market, and sells Caltex fuels, lubricants, specialty products and convenience store goods through a national network of Caltex, Caltex Woolworths and Ampol branded service stations, as well as through Company owned and non-equity resellers and direct sales to corporate customers. Its Lytton segment in Brisbane refines crude oil into petrol, diesel, jet fuel and various fuel oil and specialty products, such as liquid petroleum gas (LPG). Its products and services include Techron Fuels and Star Mart.
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Takeover target Caltex Australia <CTX.AX> has signed a confidentiality agreement with Alimentation Couche-Tard <ATDb.TO> that gives the Canadian firm access to select non-public information in the hope that it will raise its offer.
Caltex Australia said on Thursday it entered a confidentiality agreement with Alimentation Couche-Tard to provide selected non-public information in the hopes that the Canadian firm will raise its takeover offer
Caltex Australia <CTX.AX> on Wednesday confirmed it has been approached by UK-based EG Group and others to acquire some or all of its assets, setting up a potential A$9 billion ($6 billion) bidding war against Canada's Alimentation Couche-Tard <ATDb.TO>.
* Caltex nets A$92 mln from fuel site sales, plans more sales
Caltex Australia said on Thursday it expects to receive about A$136 million ($92.29 million) from the sale of its first tranche of 25 convenience store sites as it looks to strengthen its capital position.
Caltex Australia on Tuesday said a takeover proposal from Canadian convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc undervalues it.
Canadian convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc <ATDb.TO> sweetened an approach for Caltex Australia <CTX.AX> with a A$8.61 billion ($5.8 billion) offer, a day after Caltex said it could carve out some of its convenience shop sites.
Caltex Australia Ltd on Tuesday confirmed it has received a revised unsolicited takeover bid from Canadian firm Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc for A$8.61 billion ($5.84 billion).
Caltex Australia reported a 54% fall in half-year profit on Tuesday, at the upper end of its own guidance, hurt by weakness in refining margins amid higher crude prices.
* Caltex, Viva Energy shares biggest decliners (Adds analyst comment, division forecast)
Petrol station and convenience store owner Caltex Australia reported a higher than forecast full-year underlying net profit on Tuesday and announced a share buyback, pushing its shares to a four-month high.
Oil refiner Caltex Australia on Tuesday said it was considering selling certain convenience retail assets it valued at about A$2 billion ($1.5 billion), as higher costs kept its first-half profit at the low end of its guidance.
Oil refiner Caltex Australia said its half-year underlying profit rose 1 percent, at the low end of its own guidance, as higher crude prices and corporate costs hurt margins.
Woolworths Group Ltd, Australia's largest supermarket operator, said on Thursday it entered a 15-year fuel supply deal with Caltex Australia Ltd, even as it continues to pursue an IPO or sale of its petrol business.
Woolworths Group Ltd, Australia's largest supermarket operator, said on Thursday it entered a 15-year fuel supply deal with Caltex Australia Ltd , even as it continues to pursue an IPO or sale of its petrol business.
Australia's antitrust regulator on Thursday blocked BP Plc's <BP.L> A$1.8 billion ($1.4 billion) purchase of Woolworths Ltd's <WOW.AX> petrol stations, even after the oil company offered to sell some stations to ease competition concerns.
Caltex Australia said on Thursday it will continue to be Woolworths' fuel supplier after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission opposed BP's buyout of Woolworths' gas stations.
* WILL CONTINUE TO PROVIDE FUEL SUPPLY TO WOOLWORTHS AND ITS CUSTOMERS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* Notes Woolworths' decision to sell its fuels business to BP, subject to regulatory approval
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