Toll Nabs Santos Contract

Toll Group has been awarded a suite of contracts with leading oil and gas producer Santos Limited with a forecasted revenue in excess of $275 million over five years.

Toll resecured its role as a major logistics provider for multiple Santos operations across Australia.

The scope of work includes linehaul, infield and national freight support for Santos’ exploration drilling and production operations in the Cooper Basin, Mereenie crude haulage, linehaul in the northwest Western Australia as well as ongoing support for Santos’ Queensland GLNG operations.

Toll Global Resources CEO David Jackson said Toll Group was excited about continuing to provide services to one of Australia’s largest independent oil and gas companies.

“The Santos contracts confirm Toll Energy as the leading provider of logistics support to Australia’s oil and gas industry, and extend a successful relationship that began in 2007,” Jackson said.

“It shows quality logistics support for remote and difficult locations is possible, and it should encourage other companies to invest in operations in Central Australia.

“We look forward to providing critical support as Santos continues to expand its Australian operations.”

Press Release, February 27, 2014; Image: Santos

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