top of page
  • Ron Kotrba

BP to produce renewable diesel, SAF with Ecofining™ technology at idled Australian refinery

Honeywell has signed a licensing agreement with BP for Honeywell UOP’s Ecofining™ technology at BP’s proposed renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) project in Western Australia. The oil company plans to convert hydroprocessing equipment at its former refinery site in Kwinana, Australia, to produce 420,000 gallons a day of renewable diesel and SAF, integrating with its existing terminal operations. BP is currently undergoing pre-FEED (front-end engineering design) work.

BP's idled refinery equipment at its Kwinana site in Western Australia (Photo: BP)

“BP is excited to be progressing this project as part of its ambition to develop an integrated energy hub at the Kwinana site,” said Justin Nash, a BP senior manager. “BP has strong track record as an energy provider to Western Australia, and this diesel and SAF project will leverage existing infrastructure, including former refining assets, storage and distribution facilities and a team with extensive operational capabilities and experience.”

In 2020, BP announced it was ceasing refining operations at its Kwinana site and converting it into a fuel-import terminal.

Frazier, Barnes & Associates LLC
PQ Corporation
Agriculture for Energy to Grow Hawaii's Economy
Inflectis Digital Marketing
Clean Fuels Alliance America
Plasma Blue
WWS Trading
Sealless canned motor pump technology
HERO BX: Fuel For Humanity
Evonik: Leading Beyond Chemistry
R.W. Heiden Associates LLC
Wolf Material Handling Systems
Clean Fuels Alliance America
OU Kosher Certification Service
Advanced Biofuels USA
Desmet Ballestra
Biobased Academy
Global Talent Solutions
Michigan Advanced Biofuels Association
Liquidity Services
Missouri Soybeans
Ocean Park
bottom of page