Z Energy is a New Zealand fuel distributor with over 200 service stations around the country. If you’d like to buy shares in Z Energy on the New Zealand Exchange (NZX), keep reading to find out how.
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Z Energy was formed when Infratil Limited and the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation joined forces to buy Shell’s downstream fuel business. The fuel company owns and manages 208 services stations and around 160 truck stops in New Zealand, plus fuel distribution and storage assets around the country.
The company also has a 15.4 per cent stake in Refining NZ and a 25 per cent stake in Loyalty New Zealand. After acquiring the assets of Chevron New Zealand in 2016, Z Energy is also the wholesale fuel supplier for Caltex-branded service stations.
Z Energy is now a publicly listed company, and Z Energy shares (ZEL) can be traded on both the NZX and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
Z Energy released its 2021 interim report in November 2020. Like many other businesses around the country and the world, these results were affected by the impact of COVID-19.
Key results reported included:
|Name||Z Energy Limited||Industry||Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing|
|Type||Ordinary shares||Date listed on NZX||06 Sep 2010|
|End of financial year||March||Chief executive officer||Mike Bennetts|
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