Energy Supply in the Post-Maui Era: An investigation into the thermal fuel options and their contribution to energy security (2005)
This study is a continuation of earlier CAE analyses of the New Zealand energy situation, and the issues surrounding primary energy supply in particular. The study offers a comprehensive discussion of the risks New Zealand faces in the post-Maui era, especially with regards to the supply and consumption of gas.
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