- Agriculture and Aquaculture
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- Food, Beverage & Leisure
- Metal Fabrication
- Steel & Metals
- Pharma & Biotechnology
- Plastics & Rubber
- Power & Energy
- Mobility & Transport
There are a number of projects underway for both Micro LNG plants and refuelling stations for a heavy duty transport network. With 85% of Australia’s transport industry on the eastern seaboard, this network is set to transform the country’s trucking industry.
The locations of refuelling stations are indicative and exact sites will be decided in consultation with the transport industry.
Environmentally-Friendly Trucking in Tasmania
BOC's Micro LNG plant in Tasmania was completed in 2011. The self-service, 24-hour refuelling stations will be located on existing trucking routes at Burnie, Westbury, Rocherlea, Scottsdale and Bridgewater.
Fuelling the Transport Industry with Queensland’s Coal Seam Gas
A 15 year, $100 million supply agreement with QGC, will provide coal seam gas to be processed by BOC into LNG. Construction is expected to start early 2011 on a site next to QGC’s Condamine Power Station near Miles in the Surat basin.
Connecting the Victoria to Queensland
BOC is working with the trucking industry to develop a network of refuelling stations to serve around 2000 -3000 trucks. It is envisaged this project will be fully complete by 2013, providing and environmentally-friendly and cost effective solution to the trucking industry.