BOC begins work on Australia’s first Micro-LNG plant


Construction on Australia’s first Micro-LNG plant officially commenced this week, when the Premier of Tasmania participated in a groundbreaking BOC ceremony at Westbury, Tasmania.

To be operated by BOC Australia, the Micro-LNG plant will have the capacity to produce around 50 tonnes per day of LNG and is expected to be in operation by mid 2010.

Demonstrating the significance of this leading Australian project to the Tasmania region, Premier the Hon. David Bartlett MP participated in the groundbreaking start-of-construction ceremony.

Clearly enthusiastic, he said, “We are proud to provide a business environment where BOC has chosen Tasmania to lead the Australian industry implementing their world-class expertise in the alternative fuel space.”

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