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Written by: Keith.Sharp

FIE(Aust), CPEng, RPEQ, NER, FIChemE, MAIDGC, FAIE, IntPE(Aus), APEC

Keith is a Chemical Engineer with 34 years’ experience in the Oil Industry and Biofuels and is Engineering Manager at TfA. His technical skills are backed by 10 years of operational experience with Mobil Oil. Keith’s expertise includes oil terminals, bitumen plants, aviation, mining and defence force fuel facilities, renewable energy and biofuels projects. He is an expert in dangerous goods, hazardous area classification and HAZOP facilitation.

Posts by Keith.Sharp:

Industry Note June 2024: The Role of Hydrogen and Low Carbon Liquid Fuels in the Decarbonisation of Transport

Australia has made commitments to achieve a 43% reduction in emissions based on 2005 levels by 2030 and to also achieve net zero by 2050. Whilst major investments in solar…

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Climate Change Authority – TfA Submission 2024

The Commonwealth Climate Change Authority has released an issues paper on government recommendations for 2035 emissions reductions targets for public consultation. In August, the authority will submit its review of the…

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Sustainable Liquid Fuels: White Paper Part 3

With 175 billion litres (BL) of production per year and hundreds of plants in operation, biofuels represent 3.6% of the world liquid fuels market. Whilst the IEA Net Zero by…

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Green Hydrogen Potential: White Paper Part 2

Green hydrogen offers huge potential to help Australia decarbonise. However, the production of green hydrogen requires significant supplies of renewable electricity. There are not only many competing uses for green…

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White Paper: Low Emission Vehicles, An Australian Perspective

Our latest White Paper exploring low emission vehicles has been released.  The paper is the first of a two-part series looking into the types of low emission vehicles currently on…

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Industry Note March 2019: Raising Awareness for Workplace Safety in the Beverage Industry

The Australia alcoholic drinks market is set to reach USD 32.44 billion by 2025, owing to the rise in the premiumisation trend in the country. The demand for alcoholic cross-category…

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