• 29 November 2022

    Michael takes on new primary carer role

    WesCEF’s Technical Services Senior E&I Engineer, Michael Sinclair, will soon be shifting into a new role. Michael is taking 14 weeks of parental leave in the New Year to assume the primary carer role for his two young children, aged 6 months and 3 years old. Michael said he made the decision to take parental […]

  • 31 October 2022

    Cracking codes with a WesCEF Community Grant

    Students at East Waikiki Primary School have been awarded a WesCEF Community Grant which they are using to run a science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) based coding program.  A group of around 13 students (from Years 2, 3 and 4) attend the after-school program which facilitates the children to build, code and power up […]

  • 26 August 2022

    Wesfarmers Full-Year Results 2022

    Wesfarmers Managing Director Rob Scott said that it was pleasing to have delivered solid financial results forthe 2022 financial year while continuing to invest in our businesses and renew the portfolio, despite thesignificant disruptions caused by COVID-19. Read more

  • 06 May 2022

    Australia’s first potential conversion of gas transmission pipeline to pure hydrogen a step closer

    APA Group and Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy and Fertilisers (WesCEF) sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to undertake pre-feasibility study to assess the viability to produce and transport green hydrogen via APA’s Parmelia Gas Pipeline. This pre-feasibility study builds on work already undertaken by APA Group to test the Parmelia Gas Pipeline for hydrogen compatibility – […]

  • 14 April 2022

    WesCEF announces it’s journey to decarbonisation

    Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy and Fertilisers is proud to announce details of its three-phase decarbonisation journey, which includes its Net Zero 2050 Roadmap. The first phase commenced in late 2012 with the installation of abatement catalysts in several of its manufacturing plants. This investment in technology delivered a reduction in cumulative CO2e emissions of 5.5 million […]

  • 30 March 2022

    WesCEF’s partnerships are helping to reduce our carbon footprint

    ​WesCEF recently announced it has joined a consortium, led by Jupiter Ionics and Monash University, to develop modular Green Ammonia manufacturing technology. Manager Climate Opportunities Jodie Kimber said the team’s focus has been on developing relationships with the right partners, who are credible and have novel technology relevant to WesCEF’s current businesses and growth aspirations. “Jupiter Ionics, […]

  • 02 February 2022

    Meet our 2022 Kwinana and Rockingham Community Grant Recipients

    Kleenheat and CSBP are pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Kwinana and Rockingham Community Grants. Both businesses have collectively been members of the Kwinana and Rockingham communities for over 80 years, supporting local organisations through grants and sponsorships. This year, five local groups received a $2,000 grant to fund projects that benefit the […]

  • 12 January 2022

    Meet our 2021 Innovation and Values Award Winners – Kleenheat Natural Disaster Response Team

    Kleenheat’s Natural Disaster Response Team witnessed first-hand the devastating impacts of the Wooroloo bush fire and Cyclone Seroja earlier this year. The team, comprising of Residential Cylinder Manager Awhina Bishop, Cylinder Sales Manager – Metro, James Noble, Senior Depot Team Leader – Kwinana, Adrian Sims, Maintenance Contracts Specialist Henry Kata, Business Representative – North WA, […]

  • 12 January 2022

    Meet our 2021 Innovation and Values Award Winners – Brook Hawkins

    Senior Health & Safety Advisor Brooke Hawkins, was recognised for the value of collaboration at the recent WesCEF Innovation and Values Awards. Brooke has been part of the WesCEF team for four years and received multiple nominations for her work on the High Potential risk management process. In developing this process, Brooke worked collaboratively across […]

  • 12 January 2022

    Meet our 2021 Innovation and Values Award Winner – Austin Sheard

    How do you remove palm oil from storage tanks? That’s one problem that has now been solved, thanks to the innovative thinking of CSBP Engineering Cadet – Chemical/Process, Austin Sheard. Austin was our Innovation Winner for 2021 for his idea to use a caustic solution to break down and dissolve the oil. Originally starting at […]