Refilling Stations in New Zealand

LPG Stations in New Zealand in

LPG Stations in
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LPG is available and widely used in both the North and South Islands of New Zealand. New Zealanders use almost 170,000 tonnes a year and demand is growing by more than 5% a year.

LPG is produced from onshore and offshore Taranaki gas fields. Maui was the largest domestic producer, but this field has been replaced by Kupe, which produces about 90,000 tonnes of LPG a year, about 56% of New Zealand's annual LPG demand. Other current LPG fields include Kapuni, Waihapa and Mangehewa.

While LPG is likely to be gone before 2050, exciting new low- or zero-emission gases, such as bioLPG, are being developed in New Zealand, and are recognised by the New Zealand Government's Climate Change Commission as a good way to achieve emissions reductions.

In New Zealand there are currently 816 refuelling stations offering LPG for sale to the public, spread across the country.

Map of LPG filling stations in New Zealand

List of LPG stations in New Zealand

DEALERNAMEADDRESSCITYREGION
     
CALTEXMONUMENT561 GREAT SOUTH ROADAUCKLANDAUCKLAND
MOBILPETONE5 HUTT ROAD, PETONE, LOWER HUTTWELLINGTONWELLINGTON
CHALLENGEMILTON111 MILTON STREET, SOMERFIELDCHRISTCHURCHCANTERBURY
Z ENERGYKARAKA47 HARBOURSIDE DRIVE, KARAKAMANUKAU CITYAUCKLAND
CHALLENGEROTORUA330 MALFROY ROAD, WESTBROOKROTORUABAY OF PLENTY
CALTEXGREERTON1272 CAMERON ROAD, GATE PATAURANGABAY OF PLENTY
CALTEXGLADSTONE401 GLADSTONE ROADGISBORNEGISBORNE
CALTEXOMAHU1104 OMAHU ROAD, TWYFORDHASTINGSHAWKE┬┤S BAY
CALTEXFITZHERBERT161 FITZHERBERT AVENUE, WEST ENDPALMERSTON NORTHMANAWATU-WANGANUI
CALTEXNELSON203 WAIMEA ROAD, BISHOPDALENELSONNELSON
CHALLENGESPOTSWOOD136 SOUTH ROADSPOTSWOOD, NEW PLYMOUTHTARANAKI
CALTEXTE RAPA593 TE RAPA ROADHAMILTONWAIKATO
CALTEXALEXANDRA50 CENTENNIAL AVENUEALEXANDRAOTAGO
BP2GOSUMMIT200 WAIHI ROAD, JUDEATAURANGABAY OF PLENTY

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