Since before Vegemite was invented, the Harbor Bridge was built, or Ford had manufactured its first Aussie car, BP has been fueling the local community. Its first fuel terminal was in Fremantle in 1919. Since then, it’s grown its business in Western Australia from service stations to LNG plants and the country’s largest refinery at Kwinana.
BP is the only oil and gas company in the Australian market that’s involved from the well to the bowser, and it’s proud to have helped Australians get where they need to go, whether it’s on the road, in the sea or through the air. In this, its 100th year in Australia, hear from BP’s new Upstream Managing Director, Emil Ismayilov, about its exciting plans for continued growth and a return to Upstream Operatorship in the Carnarvon Basin.
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