At time of closure, the refinery employed more than 380 bp employees, plus many more contractors and suppliers. We are grateful to the thousands of people that have contributed to the refinery’s decades of success, some that are captured in this gallery.
Canteen staff, 1985.
Turnaround team, 2012: Doug, Jim, Tanya, Rob, Tanya and Monty.
A shift, 2018.
Health and safety, and environment team, 2020
The 2020 planned turnaround team. The turnaround was not completed.
Some of the operations north team, December 2020: Garry, Scott, Stuart , Di, Charl and Lucas.
Glenn Truarn stands near a fire response vehicle, 1988.
Clinton Webb, Ben Boyes and Max Coombes with the J332 motor.
Ben Boyes sits on the J332 crankshaft.
The 2012 CR3 swoop team. A swoop is a major maintenance activity undertaken on a piece of equipment or unit.
Christmas is celebrated at the refinery, 2018.
The team working on the CDU2, PPU1 and Merox unit during the 2017 turnaround, which was the refinery’s last.
Rob Kromberger and A shift celebrate, 2003.
Matt Pursell and Michael Glenny, 2004.
Brian Walley at the PAC CI workshop, 1994.
Offsites team members Al Nistelberger and Satya Gadhvi, 2020.