According to The Australian Financial Review, the former Kwinana oil refinery will be the core of a multi-billion-dollar energy transition plan by BP in Australia.
The British oil and gas company’s commitment to the construction of a plant to make renewable diesel and aviation fuel at the site near Fremantle, Western Australia, is due to kick off in earnest next year.
The company, which also holds stakes in the North West Shelf LNG venture and the undeveloped Browse gas project in Western Australia, is also examining options for energy transition projects at its second former refinery site, at Bulwer Island in Brisbane.
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