Circuit-breaker needed for Auckland Airport fuel investment

Circuit-breaker needed for Auckland Airport fuel investment
Gavin Evans
By Gavin Evans June 10 (BusinessDesk) - A circuit-breaker may be needed to free-up “problematic” joint venture arrangements that are delaying investment in additional jet fuel capacity for Auckland International Airport, an inquiry panel heard last week. Jet fuel storage at the Wiri oil terminal is at capacity, as is storage at the joint user hydrant installation – JUHI – at the airport. Extra capacity is also required on the pipeline from Wiri supplying the airport and the pipeline to Wiri from the Marsden Point oil refinery. Z Energy...

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