This whole-of-Victorian-Government closed panel contract offers 4 suppliers for buying a range of fuels from petrol stations, as well as bulk fuel.
Lead agency: Department of Treasury and Finance
Conditions of use: Mandatory
Contract reference number: SS-04-2015
Arrangement type: Closed Panel
Start date: 1 January 2016
End date: 31 December 2019 (option to extend to 31 December 2020)
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- discounted pricing for a wide range of fuel products
- state coverage, meaning users can buy fuel in a majority of required locations
- comprehensive reporting
- account management services
- standard unleaded petrol (ULP 91)
- premium unleaded petrol (ULP 95 and ULP 98)
- ethanol-blended unleaded petrol (E10), where available
- diesel (both standard and premium products)
- liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
- delivery of discounted bulk fuel (ULP, diesel, and other fuel types)
The contract is a closed panel arrangement with 4 suppliers.
Caltex Australia Petroleum
Viva Energy Australia
ABN: 46 004 610 459
Address: Level 16, 720 Bourke Street
Docklands Vic 3008
Primary fuel card supplier
BP is the default fuel card in all Victorian Government vehicles.
Secondary fuel card suppliers
Caltex and Viva Energy cards, distributed by request. Government organisations with special operational and/or geographical needs can get these cards.
Bulk fuel suppliers
Caltex, United and Viva Energy.
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Use this contract
When using this contract you are legally required to follow these rules:
Step 1: Find the card you need
BP is the primary fuel card supplier. The primary card is the default fuel card given to all Victorian Government vehicles.
Caltex and Viva Energy (Shell) are the secondary fuel card suppliers. The secondary fuel cards are provided to operational and emergency vehicles that need additional coverage in the state.
Bulk fuel prices vary according to fuel type, delivery sites and frequency of deliveries. Users are strongly recommended to request a quote from all panel bulk fuel suppliers when planning purchases.
Step 2: Get approval
If you decide to join the contract, get your lead department’s approval.
Step 3. Contact the category manager
Get permission to speak to the supplier.
Step 4. Contact the supplier
Arrange fuel card and/or bulk fuel deliveries with the supplier.
Departmental contract managers
Reviewed 09 October 2019