Connection April 2021

Welcome to the April 2021 edition of Connection

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Connection April 2021
In this edition of Connection, we celebrate the successful commissioning of our West Barracouta project.

West Barracouta is one of the largest domestic gas projects to come along this decade and is now delivering gas to eastern Australia in time for winter.

We also take a look across the ditch as the Mobil team in New Zealand launch a new coffee offer that, together with the KidsCan Charitable Trust, will help create a brighter future for Kiwi kids, or tamariki, in need.

And with Transgender Day of Visibility just behind us on 31 March, one of our offshore operators, Marney McGrath has shared her story to help increase the visibility of transgender experiences and successes in our community.

We hope you enjoy reading this edition of Connection and learning more about some of the recent achievements of our team.

Esso Australia delivers West Barracouta gas to the domestic market in time for winter

One of the largest domestic gas projects to come along this decade is now delivering gas to eastern Australia, with the commissioning of the Gippsland Basin Joint Venture’s West Barracouta project.

Kia pai tō kawhe Mobil customers can now feel even better about their coffee purchase

Mobil's brand new coffee offer tastes great and will do great things for Kiwi tamariki (children) in need.

Altona refinery team volunteers at Foodbank Victoria

A team from Altona refinery recently spent the day helping Foodbank Victoria to provide vital food relief

Esso Australia joins new Australian decommissioning centre of expertise

Centre of Decommissioning Australia leads collaboration to address Australia’s aging oil and gas infrastructure.

Mobil renews naming rights partnership of Porsche’s Mobil Pro Category

Mobil to continue as the Official Fuel Partner for both Porsche one-make series