By C&I Week.
BP has announced it has agreed to renew its state agreement with the Western Australian state government for a further 30 years, subject to parliamentary approval.
The renewal of the agreement will enable the ongoing operation of Kwinana Refinery, Australia’s largest refinery and a significant contributor to the local economy.It has been introduced to the WA parliament as a bill with modernised terms, including a focus on ensuring local businesses continue to have access to supply chain opportunities generated by the refinery.
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This story first appeared in C&I Week.
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