From Liz Gunn @ Youtube:
EWR comment: note you can read the info & download the report at website link below. The interview however is more in depth.
We speak with David Trotter (lead researcher and author) & Levi Wulf (sub researcher and editor), who along with Karl Barkley (nautical tracking and sub research), have put together this excellent document which highlights the problems associated with shutting down the Marsden Point Oil Refinery in Whangarei. Operation Good Oil seeks to educate and inform Kiwis, through this document, of the true nature of this crisis, and seeks to find a practical solution for the good of all Kiwis. To contact Operation Good Oil and learn more about this crucial project: Document download – https://docdro.id/r1HIWjF
Phone – 0800 NZ 4 OIL
Website – http://www.operationgoodoil.co.nz
Telegram – https://t.me/Convoy2022OperationGaslight
FB – https://www.facebook.com/groups/50665…
From the Website: http://www.operationgoodoil.co.nz
“Our refinery was numbered in the top 10% of the world for its innovation and efficiency, with new technologies coming on line in the sector of oil refinement we are about to lose our ability to lab and beta test new techniques of recycling such as blue crude and plastic to oil recovery.
NEW ZEALAND HAS THE LONGEST SUPPLY LINES IN THE WORLD AND TO SCUTTLE SUCH A VITAL STRATEGIC ASSET AS OUR ONLY OIL REFINERY IS A MOVE THAT COULD BE CONSTRUED AS AN ACT OF AGGRESSION OR EVEN TREASONOUS AGAINST THE PEOPLE OF NEW ZEALAND.
We hope you join us in educating ourselves on what is truly happening in the energy sector in this nation and that you will read the updates and the resources that we will be releasing through our social media and website, we hope to help to spread the word about who and what are truly responsible for the shortages.”
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Photo: By Follash – Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3021385
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