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Rainbow Warrior Confronts Oil Rigs in Taranaki (Photos) 

Rainbow Warrior Confronts Oil Rigs in Taranaki (Photos) 

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The Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior sailed to the South Taranaki Basin to scope out oil and gas rigs owned by Austrian petroleum giant, OMV. After sailing for 36 hours through the Cook Strait, the Rainbow Warrior reached Māui A platform at dawn.

Onboard the Greenpeace ship are three representatives from the Taranaki community, Emily Bailey of Climate Justice Taranaki, Agnes Wharehoka from Parihaka, and Kura Niwa from Pukerangiora Hapū. As the Rainbow Warrior arrived at Māui A they contacted the oil rig and demanded OMV stop its operations immediately. 
Rainbow Warrior Confronts Oil Rigs in Taranaki
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Rainbow Warrior Confronts Oil Rigs in Taranaki
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Kupe Gas Platform in Taranaki
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Maui-A Gas Platform in Taranaki
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Kupe Gas Platform in Taranaki
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OMV-owned Oil Drilling Platform. in Taranaki
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OMV-owned Oil Storage and Processing Vessel in Taranaki
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OMV-owned Oil Storage and Processing Vessel in Taranaki
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OMV-owned Oil Storage and Processing Vessel in Taranaki
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