Puma to rebrand to Caltex across the Northern Territory

Puma Energy is rebranding to Caltex across the Northern Territory, with ten sites already completed and seven more on the way.

After acquiring Puma Energy (Australia) in 2020, Chevron, which owns Caltex, began a national program to rebrand most Puma sites to Caltex.

Lorne Chambers, General Manager for Caltex in Australia, said Drivers will see the trusted Caltex star rise across Darwin and Northern Territory sites between now and early 2024.

“We’re excited to return to the Northern Territory, and proud to build on the history of the Caltex and Puma brands. Already, we’ve seen increased customer interest and new retail partners join the Caltex brand across the country.”

Across the Northern Territory, Caltex is partnering with OTR to deliver a smart and seamless retail experience for customers, including offering high-quality fuels with the specially formulated fuel system-cleaning ingredient Techron available in every fuel grade, excluding low aromatic fuels.

Customers will also have access to Caltex’s premium lubricants for petrol and diesel engines. Caltex Delo’s ISOSYN Technology is the brand’s high-performance diesel engine oil, while Havoline will be available for petrol engines.

“Caltex is committed to the Australian market and making its products available to customers where and when they need them. We look forward to powering many more journeys ahead in the Northern Territory and across Australia with our vibrant new Caltex network,” said Chambers.

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