Locations and Projects

Locations and Projects

Shell has been safely operating in New Zealand for over 100 years. In August 2017 Shell Taranaki Limited took over operatorship of the Māui, Pohokura natural gas assets and Tank farms. It’s share of Kapuni was sold to Todd Energy who now operate the Kapuni field.

Shell Taranaki Induction

Shell Taranaki Induction

These induction modules are to be completed by all personnel prior to working on our sites. We aspire to Goal Zero – no harm to people and protect the environment.

Latest News and Features

Shell finalises the sale of Kapuni to Todd

All approvals have been obtained and all necessary operational handover activities have been completed, to enable Todd Energy to take over operations of the Kapuni gas field in south Taranaki. This finalises the sale of Shell’s share (50%) of the Kapuni onshore gas field to New Zealand company, Todd Energy. Todd Energy is now the 100% owner and operator of the Kapuni field the oldest natural gas field in New Zealand.

Shell sells its share in Kapuni to Todd Energy

Shell advises it has entered into a sale and purchase agreement (SPA) for the sale of Shell’s interests in the Kapuni assets to Todd Energy, a New Zealand company that has been in the Kapuni Joint Venture since the venture’s formation in 1955.

What we do

Shell’s Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

We believe in creating an inclusive culture where you can thrive. Find out why diversity and inclusion is important to Shell.

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Life at Shell

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Permit to Work

Permit to Work

Our permit-to-work system is a formal written system used to control certain types of work that are potentially hazardous. This specifies the work to be done and the precautions to be taken. Permits-to-work form an essential part of safe systems of work for many maintenance activities.

Kaitiaki for marine life

Kaitiaki for marine life

Read about how Shell works with local Māori to protect marine mammals and funds training for Māori marine mammal observers.

News and Highlights

Shell sells its share in Kapuni to Todd Energy

Shell advises it has entered into a sale and purchase agreement (SPA) for the sale of Shell’s interests in the Kapuni assets to Todd Energy, a New Zealand company that has been in the Kapuni Joint Venture since the venture’s formation in 1955.

Māui Mining Companies complete Māui pipeline sale to First State Funds

Regulatory approvals have been obtained finalising the sale of the Māui natural gas pipeline which transports around 78% of all natural gas produced in New Zealand, from the Māui Mining Companies (MMCs*) to infrastructure funds (including fund co-investors) managed by First State Investments (“First State Funds” FSF). The sale price was NZ$335 million.

Māui Mining Companies sell Māui pipeline to First State Funds

The Māui Mining Companies (MMCs*) confirm the sale (subject to completion) of the Māui natural gas pipeline (which transports around 78% of all natural gas produced in New Zealand) to infrastructure funds managed by First State Investments (“First State Funds”).

Shell New Zealand Business Under Review

Wellington, 10 December 2015 - In keeping with company’s strategy to become a simpler, more profitable and resilient company, Shell announced that its interests in New Zealand are under review.

What we do

Social Investment

Shell’s Social Investment in New Zealand focusses on partnerships that support biodiversity.

Locations

Shell operations in New Zealand are based in Taranaki, on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island.

Shell’s Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

We believe in creating an inclusive culture where you can thrive. Find out why diversity and inclusion is important to Shell.

Learn about Shell’s inclusive culture

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Life at Shell

Meet, and be inspired by, our pioneers, innovators, adventurers and explorers across the world. Discover their stories and get an insight into careers at Shell.

Reporting

We have voluntarily reported – openly and honestly - on our environmental and social performance since 1997.