Advocate Educate Support

The Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand (PEPANZ) is the industry association of the upstream oil and gas sector, representing the companies that explore for, and produce, New Zealand’s oil and gas resources.

What does PEPANZ do?

We aim to secure conditions that enable Member companies to operate safely, sustainably and profitably.

We work with central and local government to ensure the country’s regulatory and commercial framework promotes investment and maximises the return to both industry and the community from developing the nation’s oil and gas resources.

Our work is focussed on three key themes: Advocate, Educate and Support. Through these themes, we aim to create for the industry a fair, transparent and workable regulatory environment, the trust and confidence of New Zealanders and tangible value for our Members.

Advocate

Fair, transparent and workable regulatory environment

Policies needed to responsibly advance the sector are understood

Regulatory system review drives needed improvements

Specific issues resolved (e.g. decommissioning and EEZ implementation

Sensible district plans

Effective relationships with key stakeholders

Educate

Trusted by New Zealanders

Regarded as an authorative and reasonable voice in the debate about the future of energy and environment

Increase public knowledge, favourability and trust in the sector

Effective relationships with key stakeholders

Support

Valued by Members

Increased networking opportunities for Members

Responsible and responsive to Members

Relevant and regular communication with Members

Outstanding conference

Effective relationships with Members

New Zealand's Energy Mix New Zealand's Energy Mix
 

New Zealand's Energy Mix

In 2016, PEPANZ was proud to launch www.energymix.co.nz, a website providing accessible and easy to understand information on New Zealand’s oil and gas sector right to the home computers and smartphones of New Zealanders.

www.energymix.co.nz

$1.5 billion
of oil exported
from New Zealand annually

11,000
jobs provided
creating 7x average value per job

$2.4 billion
to New Zealand
annual gross domestic product

$500 m
in royalties
and taxes from oil & gas