NEW ZEALAND

Origin eyeing more NZ gas storage

ORIGIN Energy is investigating the feasibility of turning more of its onshore Taranaki "Tawn" fields – Tariki, Ahuroa, Waihapa and Ngaere – into underground gas storage facilities for subsidiary Contact Energy.

Origin eyeing more NZ gas storage

If present studies indicate a positive outcome, Origin and Contact could duplicate the $NZ175 million ($A139 million) Ahuroa gas storage facility - New Zealand's first such development - and perhaps even...

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