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PD55-all Ampol79 Ampol86 Ampol 1996 Caltex 1996 Ampol 2020
1962-1979 1979–1985 1985–1995 1996 (unused) 1996–2023 2020–present


Ampol (first era)

1962-1979

PD55-all


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1979–1985

Ampol79


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1985–1995

Ampol86


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This logo was revived in 2013 to be used by the company's Singaporean arm.

1996 (unused)

Ampol 1996


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This logo was registered with IP Australia, but went unused following the merger with Chevron.

Caltex Australia

1996–2023

Caltex 1996

In 2015, Chevron sold their stake in the company.

Ampol (second era)

2020–present

Ampol 2020

In 2020, Caltex Australia will begin a major rebrand back to Ampol, after Chevron terminated their licensing agreement with the company. The rebrand will take hold gradually across it's station network over 3 years and cost the company up to $165 million.[1] This comes days after Chevron started pursuing a re-entry into the Australian market by purchasing the Australian arm of Puma Energy.

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