WESFARMERS SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2017

Other businesses

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A BWP Trust development in Harrisdale, Western Australia

Wesfarmers also holds major investments in the following companies which are not covered in this report. We calculate the emissions for our joint ventures. The total emissions for the Wesfarmers attributed part if these businesses was 459,071 tonnes CO2e.  

Bengalla

Through our Resources business, Wesfarmers owns a 40 per cent interest in the Bengalla coal operation in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales. This is through a joint venture with New Hope Corporation Limited. The Bengalla operation produces steaming coal for export markets. 

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BWP Trust

At the end of the 2017 financial year Wesfarmers owned 24.8 per cent of BWP Trust, which develops and owns properties for our Bunnings business and other retail/commercial companies.

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Gresham Partners Group Limited

Wesfarmers has a 50 per cent shareholder interest in Gresham Partners Group Limited, the holding company for the Gresham Partners investment house operations. In addition, we are a participant in the Gresham Private Equity funds, with the remaining holding being an underground mining services business operating both in Australia and overseas markets.

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Quadrant Energy

Wesfarmers owns a 14 per cent interest in Quadrant Energy. All of Quadrant Energy’s gas production is supplied to the Western Australian domestic gas market, and currently represents approximately 40 per cent of Western Australia’s domestic gas supply.

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Queensland Nitrates Pty Ltd (QNP) 

Through WesCEF, Wesfarmers owns a 50 per cent interest in QNP, located at Moura in central Queensland. QNP is an ammonium nitrate producer and services the mining sector in the Bowen Basin.

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Wespine Industries

Wesfarmers owns 50 per cent of Wespine, which operates a plantation softwood sawmill at Dardanup in Western Australia.

Wespine purchases the majority of its raw material through its plantation log supply agreement with the Western Australian Forest Products Commission, which is in place until 2033, thus providing long-term resource security for the business.

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