Taranaki is New Zealand’s hydrocarbon province. It is the only area where oil and gas have been found in sufficient quantities to be economically mined. Just a few of the fields dominate known reserves: Māui, Kāpuni and Pohokura. All of the oilfields are small.
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Source: NZ Petroleum & Minerals