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Welcome to our first Community Update for 2019 – and what a productive start to the year it has been. Our Mangahewa G programme started as anticipated in early January and is making good progress. We have completed drilling the first well and operations on site are tracking to plan as we drill ahead on...
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Originally posted on WOMAD and republished with permission WOMAD’s zero waste results have increased by a monumental 26 per cent in three years and are now reaching record breaking heights. In 2018 WOMAD organisers, along with the help of more than 100 zero waste volunteers, recycled and composted a record breaking 90 per cent, or 23,060...
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We are now fast approaching the end of 2018 and already the weather has started to warm up as we move into the summer months and a new year. In November, I enjoyed attending our two Christmas community meetings – one at the Clifton Rugby clubrooms in Tikorangi, and the second at the Kapuni Hall...
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Spring has sprung and I trust everyone has managed their way through the winter months. During my Production Station visits in North and South Taranaki, I’ve seen lots of busy farms thriving with the calving and lambing season. The recent months have also been a busy period at Todd Energy. On 20 June we hosted...
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Todd Energy is proud of the relationships it has with community groups and sports clubs across Taranaki, and we are pleased to support a number of those groups out on the green. In March, Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) Taranaki held a fundraising golf tournament at Ngamotu Golf Course in New Plymouth, and Todd...
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Each year, New Plymouth’s Special Children’s Extravaganza plays host to a selection of children from across Taranaki and Whanganui, providing them and their families time out from the stresses of their day-to-day lives. Many of these children are living with a life-threatening illness, physical challenges or other adversity, and the event is all about letting...
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Graham Northcott at the Taranaki Indoor Sheepdog trials 2018 July saw Hawera play host to the 10th annual Taranaki Indoor Sheepdog trials, with the event running across three days from Friday through until Sunday. 113 people took part with a record 236 dogs competing, herding sheep through eight obstacles in the indoor sand arena at...
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It’s hard to believe we’re almost half-way through the year. Over the past five months Todd Energy has seen a lot of progress across our projects, with many of them due for completion in the coming months. In Tikorangi our new state-of-the art McKee Mangahewa Operations Facility remains on track for a mid-June opening. The...
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I hope you have all had a great summer and managed to relax. Although I wasn’t able to attend our December community meeting in Tikorangi, I heard it was a great turnout, so thank you to all that came along during this busy period. Also a big thank you to all the Kapuni community members...
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Firstly I would like to acknowledge our neighbours in South Taranaki who are receiving the Todd Energy Community newsletter for the first time. Todd produces this newsletter three times a year for distribution to all wellsite and production station neighbours, and residents on main traffic routes across our operations. This newsletter provides a brief update...
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