New 385,000 litre bulk fuel depot and self service unmanned petrol station delivered

Category: Bulk Liquid Storage and Terminal Solutions

Liquip Victoria's team proves its worth and capabilities to the fuel distribution market

Petrogas have opened a brand new bulk fuel depot in Shepparton Victoria, thanks to the help and guidance of our expert design, build and engineering team. The site also includes a first for Petrogas and our teams project book by where the solution includes a five bowser, undercover outdoor payment terminal self service unmanned petrol station forecourt.

An inception to completion project, all aspects of the facility delivered were managed by Liquip Victoria. This included the design, build, installation and final commissioning - expertly delivered by our electrical and mechanical engineers, designers and project managers. The result is a complete turnkey solution, incorporating both a bulk fuel depot for Petrogas' fuel distribution fleet to access and a petrol station forecourt that the general public can access 24/7 to safely and conveniently purchase diesel, AdBlue® and ULP.

For more information about the project please watch our video presentation and read our in-depth analysis on our Liquip Victoria projects page.


Also a critical part in the solution delivery was the execution of an ongoing servicing and maintenance program, to ensure optimal performance of the facility and safety compliance - an added benefit of choosing Liquip Victoria for such projects. The delivery of this project marks a great addition to our many depot projects. Currently the team has several more exciting and state-of-the-art bulk fuel storage design and installations underway, each in varying phases! 

If you have a requirement to build a bulk fuel storage tank depot, with or without a service forecourt, inclusive of high quality pumping and fluid management systems and HOST Self Bunded Tanks, constructed to deliver beyond your key requirements, please contact our dedicated projects team here at Liquip Victoria today.