A large geothermal power station will shut down temporarily to undergo a maintenance programme.
Fingers are crossed for an exploration well on a target between the Tui oil fields and the mature Maui gas field.
The latest trade index figures, released for the September quarter, provided some positive reading for those looking at the economy.
Shell has spoken to correspondent Dene Mackenzie about advances being made on an oil and gas quest in the Great South Basin.
The Government has been called on by a major union to invoke corporate manslaughter charges for cases where workers die through negligence on the job.
Following on census data from Australia, the latest assessment in New Zealand is that we are a healthier lot, living longer and are more ethnically diverse.
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The NZ Energy Corporation publicity machine is making sure the market, after its recent capital raising, is made aware of reactivated production in the TWN field.
A South Islander this year won a well-followed political newsletter’s choice of politician of the year.
A mining lobby chief has spelled out the reality and importance of mining coal in New Zealand and globally in the wake of calls to prevent any new coal mines.
Z Energy has struck a new contract with an Asian refiner for delivery of petroleum products on terms said to be better than an existing arrangement.