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Our extensive network of Shell and Liberty service stations provides high quality fuels and convenience options.
We partner with some of Australia’s largest organisations across a range of industries to keep their businesses moving.
Beyond refining, we aim to establish new energy projects that will transform the Geelong Refinery into a modern Energy Hub.
Our major infrastructure includes the Geelong Refinery and a national network of import terminals and depots.
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Read the latest news and updates about our Gas Terminal Project.
19 May 2022
It's about 65 years since Warren and Irene Harris left the country Victorian town of Minyip looking to find work, create a home and start a family in Geelong.
29 Mar 2022
Senior business leaders provided an update on Viva Energy’s plans for the Geelong Energy Hub at a virtual community information session.
10 Mar 2022
Routleys Bakery is one of about 65,000 industrial and commercial users of natural gas in Victoria with the bakery heavily dependent on industrial gas appliances.
1 Mar 2022
Learn about the forecast gas shortage for Australia’s southern states and how Viva Energy’s proposed LNG Terminal will bring replacement gas into Victoria.
9 Dec 2021
Viva Energy announces that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Woodside, and has signed a Heads of Agreement (HoA) with Hoegh LNG Ltd (Hoegh LNG).
30 Nov 2021
Local residents joined us for our seventh community information session, held on Monday, 29 November 2021.
13 Oct 2021
Letter to the editor – Geelong Advertiser, 13 August 2021
11 Oct 2021
Local residents joined us for our sixth community information session on Monday, 11 October 2021, which was focused on safety.
18 Aug 2021
Overview of the Gas Terminal community information session held on 12 August 2021.
29 Jul 2021
Local residents attended the third community meeting held on 12 July, 2021.
12 Jul 2021
The Victorian Minister for Planning has issued the final scoping requirements for the proposed Viva Energy Gas Terminal Project.
27 May 2021
Local residents attended the 13 May, 2021, community meeting. The topic of the meeting was "How the Environmental Effects Statement (EES) process will explore the marine and Ramsar environments".
24 Mar 2021
A Technical Reference Group (TRG) has been convened by DELWP and met for the first time on February 24th 2021.
10 February 2021 – 16 local residents attended the first Community Session for the Gas Terminal Project.
On 21 January the Commonwealth Minister for the Environment determined that the Project will require assessment and approval under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EP ...