Marsden Point oil refinery, near Whāngārei, was built in 1964. It became the entry point for all the imported oil used in New Zealand. A small amount of locally produced oil also went to the refinery for processing. After refining, oil was shipped by coastal tanker around the country, or piped to Auckland.
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