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BP refinery closure 'untenable', Labor and unions say

Worker stands in front of a BP tank at the refinery

BP is closing its refinery at Kwinana in WA with the loss of almost 600 jobs, saying it's no longer viable, but Energy Minister Angus Taylor says the move will not negatively impact Australian fuel supplies. Image credit: Dan Peled/AAP

By Marion Rae and Sophie Boot
Fri 30 October 2020

Energy Minister Angus Taylor is fighting a losing battle to keep Australia's oil refineries open.[.....]

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