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New Zealand Opens Area Greater Than Its Size For Oil Exploration - Bloomberg

<img src='http://www.destination360.com/maps/new-zealand-map.gif' width='200px' style='float:left;padding:5px' /> 25, andpermits will be awarded in December. Energy policy may become one of the central issues in theSept. Max Workouts 20 general election. While environmental groups and theopposition Green Party argue fossil fuels have no future andthat drilling puts New Zealands natural beauty at risk, PrimeMinister John Keys National Party says a major oil find clicking here couldtransform the economy. Oil is our fourth-largest export, with a value of aroundNZ$1.8 billion ($1.6 billion) in 2012, but we have barelyscratched the surface of our potential, Bridges said. Only oneof the countrys 18 basins is in production and if one more wasopened it would be an economic game-changer, he said. The new areas open for exploration affect both the Northand South Islands. The onshore release areas are in the EastCoast Basin, Taranaki Basin and West Coast Basin, and the fiveoffshore areas are in the Reinga-Northland Basin, TaranakiBasin, New Caledonia visit the site Basin, Pegasus-East Coast Basin and GreatSouth-Canterbury Basin. <br>More: <a href='http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-01/new-zealand-opens-area-greater-than-its-size-for-oil-exploration.html' >http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-01/new-zealand-opens-area-greater-than-its-size-for-oil-exploration.html</a>