Clyde & Parramatta Terminals

Clyde TerminalThe Clyde facility has been operating since 1928 – originally as a refinery until 2012 and now as a fuel storage terminal.  It is adjacent to the Parramatta Terminal.

The Clyde and Parramatta Terminals continue to be an important part of the fuel supply chain in New South Wales with around 50 percent of NSW’s petroleum requirements supplied from these facilities.

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Geelong Refinery

Making quality fuels locally.

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Gore Bay Terminal

Operates as a fuel import and storage facility.

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Newport Terminal

Operates as a fuel storage terminal.

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