You can find out more about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) policies here.
Z Energy was listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange (ticker symbol ZEL.NZ) and the Australia Stock Exchange (ticker symbol ZEL.AU) in July 2013.
Z Energy shares are included in 31 investible indices from a number of different index providers. The main indices that ZEL is quoted in are:
New Zealand NZX50
Dow Jones Global World
FTSE Global Small Cap
We are also a constituent of 26 different MSCI indices including:
MSCI Pacific ex. JP Small Cap Energy
MSCI New Zealand Small Cap
MSCI EAFE Small Cap. Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels
MSCI AC Asia Pacific Small Cap
For the latest list please get in contact with the IR team at Z Energy.
Yes. Find out more about Z Energy’s Dividend Policy and dividend history here.
Dividend payments are expected to be split into an interim dividend paid in December following our half-year results and a final dividend paid in June following our full year results. Z Energy will confirm the actual payment date when the dividends are declared by the Board.
We pay dividends in $NZD to New Zealand resident holders and holders in all other international jurisdictions except Australia. For Australian resident holders we calculate the $NZD/$AUD exchange rate and pay the dividend in Australian dollars.
No. We believe in treating all shareholders equally and giving our shareholders the choice how they wish to spend their investment gains.
Imputation is a mechanism that a company can use to pass on credits for tax it has already paid on its profits rather than shareholders paying additional tax on the dividend. These imputation credits offset the amount of tax that the resident shareholders would otherwise be liable to pay on those dividends, so they aren’t taxed twice.
Please go to https://www.ird.govt.nz/business-income-tax/imputation/imputation-basics/imputation-basics.html for more details on imputation credits.
On the Z Energy investor centre we have published several tools – like an historical price look-up tool – that might help you work out how much your shareholding is worth if you know how many shares you own and when you bought them. If you don’t know this or don’t have it to hand, give your broker a call.
Please don’t contact the company directly about your shareholding. Due to data privacy legislation we will direct you to our registrars. If you have questions about your shareholding, please contact the share registry at:
Link Market Services Limited - New Zealand
PO Box 91976, Auckland 1142, New Zealand
Tel: +64 9 375 5998 (investor enquiries)
If you have a general investor enquiry, please contact us directly at Z Energy:
Freephone: 0800 474 355 (within New Zealand)
Tel: +64 4 888 8898 (Overseas)
Please contact Link Market Services as per above, or login into your online Investor account.
At Z we aim to reduce our environmental footprint by producing as much investor material on-line as we can. To download the latest copy of our Annual Report please go here.
To receive a hard copy of the Annual Report in the post please update your shareholder preferences by contacting Link Market Services.
In accordance with NZX listing rules and FMA, Z Energy no longer produces a hard copy of our Interim Report. The latest digital version can be found here.
To receive alerts of monthly operating statistics, markets announcements and other investor news, please sign-up here to be added to our investor database.
Link Market Services Limited – New Zealand
Level 11, Deloitte Centre, 80 Queen Street, Auckland 1010
Tel: +64 9 375 5998 (investor enquiries)
For corporate governance matters or to contact Z’s Board of Directors or Chief Governance Officer please use the Email: email@example.com
Z Energy’s head office is in Wellington:
3 Queen’s Wharf
Our postal address is:
PO Box 2091
Z Energy currently operates just over 200 service stations in NZ. This number goes up or down from time to time as we close a station to upgrade it or sell a station that no longer fits into our network plan. Under the Caltex brand we bulk supply fuel to approximately 139 service stations all owned and operated by small business owners from all over NZ. Again, this number goes up and down as these business owners decide their own investment priorities.