Allens advises on Puma Energy divestment

Energy Property & Development

Allens has advised Puma Energy on the sale of its Australian retail fuel business to Chevron for $425 million.

The divestment follows a strategic review of Puma Energy's Australian operations and includes its retail fuel outlets, shops and cafes Australia-wide.

'We were delighted to assist Puma with its sale process,' said co-lead partner, Chelsey Drake.

'The transaction involved divesting a considerable retail real estate portfolio as part of the fuel business with more than 360 retail fuel outlets and more than 220 shops and cafes around Australia,' said co-lead partner, Kylie Brown.

The Allens team included the Corporate Practice, the Projects & Development (Real Estate) team, the Projects & Development (Environment & Planning) team, the Technology, Media & Telecommunications team and the Disputes & Investigations (Employment & Safety) team.

Allens legal team


Chelsey Drake (Partner); Kylie Brown (Partner); Lauren Chamberlain (Senior Overseas Practitioner, admitted in England and Wales only), Aidan Shanley (Senior Associate), Conor Ruane (Associate) and Stephanie Tang (Lawyer)

Projects & Development (Real Estate)

John Beckinsale (Partner), Karyn Thomson (Managing Associate), Ilaria Corbett (Senior Associate), Peter Brennan (Senior Associate) and James Keir (Lawyer)

Projects & Development (Environment & Planning)

Bill McCredie (Partner)

Technology, Media & Telecommunications

Michael Morris (Partner) and Alexandra Martin (Overseas Practitioner, admitted in England and Wales only)

Disputes & Investigations (Employment & Safety)

Simon Dewberry (Partner), Michael Cole (Senior Associate) and Doug Johnson (Lawyer)

Disputes & Investigations

Paul Nicols (Partner)


Notes for editors.

Allens is a commercial law firm working throughout Australia and Asia. Through its integrated alliance with Linklaters it provides clients access to 40 offices in 28 countries around the world.