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Fuel pipeline exercise

Reports by Radio Live this morning that Refining NZ was testing the strength of the Refinery to Auckland pipeline (RAP) at Wellsford are factually incorrect.

On Saturday 18 August our emergency services crew led a multi-agency exercise at the RAP pumping station in Wellsford to test that our emergency procedures for responding to an event on the fuel pipeline remain robust.

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