Taranaki Basin to New Plymouth Oil Pipeline
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Taranaki Basin to New Plymouth Oil Pipeline is an operating oil pipeline in New Zealand.
The pipeline runs from the Kaimiro, Tariki, Ahuroa, Waihapa, Ngaere, Ngatoro fields to New Plymouth, New Zealand.
- Operator: New Zealand Energy Corporation (50%), L&M Energy (50%)
- Length: 40 kilometers
- Status: Operating
The pipeline is owned and operated by New Zealand Energy Corporation (NZEC, 50%) and L&M Energy (50%). The associated Taranaki Basin produces about 460 million cubic feet per day of "liquids-rich natural gas" and 55000 barrels per day of "light, high-quality oil".
Articles and resources
- Taranaki Fact Sheet, NZEC, accessed Aug. 18, 2021.