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Northland woman selected for international economic change workshop

July 20, 2017

Local Māori leader Rangimarie Price has been named as the only New Zealand applicant to have been selected to attend an exclusive international women’s economic development workshop being run by Plan International in Washington DC later this month, thanks to local support from Mobil Oil New Zealand.

Tauranga oil spill court hearing

May 16, 2016

Mobil Oil New Zealand (“Mobil”) today appeared at the Tauranga District Court for a hearing in relation to charges laid by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council (“BOPRC”), following a fuel oil discharge to Tauranga Harbour in April 2015.

Mobil contributes to Coastguard Canterbury

Sept. 30, 2015

Mobil has recently provided a contribution of more than $6,000 to Coastguard Canterbury for the purchase of wet weather gear for volunteers, including jackets, trousers, lifejackets and sea boots.

Tauranga Harbour prosecution statement

Oct. 15, 2015

Mobil Oil New Zealand Limited (Mobil) has been notified that the Bay of Plenty Regional Council (BOPRC) has commenced a prosecution against Mobil in relation to the release of fuel oil to Tauranga Harbour on 27 April, 2015. The matter will be before the Tauranga District Court on 26 November.

Investigation into the Naval Point landslide

Sept. 8, 2014

Mobil has fully cooperated with ECan for the past six months during an investigation into the events at Naval Point Terminal on March 5, when the terminal suffered significant damage during a major storm and landslide.

Mobil Lyttelton Terminal made safe following March landslide

April 24, 2014

Mobil Oil New Zealand Limited (Mobil) has concluded its emergency response efforts at Lyttelton Terminal, seven weeks after the Naval Point facility suffered serious damage during a major storm and subsequent landslide on March 5.