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Todd Energy was excited to receive an award for environmental leadership in business last night at the Taranaki Regional Council environmental award ceremony.
Todd Energy's McKee Production Station was recognised for continuous high environmental performance and proactive deep well injection (DWI) consent review.
Click here for more details about the winners of the environmental awards and below for Todd Energy's achievement.
Todd Energy McKee Production Station — for continuous high environmental performance and proactive DWI consent review
Todd Energy has achieved a consistently high rating in its environmental compliance and taken a number of extra steps to further improve environmental performance as it has ramped up oil and gas production at its McKee Production Station in North Taranaki.
Measures have included noise mitigation and traffic management, HSE audit programmes, spill emergency response training and induction of contractors before they commence work on site. Overall there is strong awareness of Todd’s environmental obligations and a good compliance culture.
Todd Energy has also proactively worked with the Taranaki Regional Council to strengthen consent conditions for deep well injection.
McKee remains the largest producing onshore oilfield in New Zealand, with an increasing focus on gas development.