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.

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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.

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