In 2017, BP Kwinana Refinery in Western Australia “inadvertently” let unleaded petrol with high sulphur levels into its supply chain. © BP p.l.c.
In 2017, BP Kwinana Refinery in Western Australia “inadvertently” let unleaded petrol with high sulphur levels into its supply chain. © BP p.l.c.

BP Australia will test fuel quality to avoid prosecution

18 November 2019

Energy firm BP has been ordered to test its unleaded petrol for three years following a four-month period of non-compliant fuel in its Australian supply chain.

BP Australia will adopt additional quality assurance processes expected to cost around $800,000 to ensure its fuel meets required quality standards, including low sulphur levels.

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