Refining NZ Says 'False Alarm' Caused Pipeline Outage

NZ Herald, December 11, 2017

New Zealand Refining says yesterday's outage on the refinery-to-Auckland pipeline was caused by a "false alarm" and that it's back up and running. The pipeline was shut down temporarily yesterday over fears of a leak, which were later discovered to be unfounded, the Whangarei-based company said in a statement.

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