Poised for Growth

High-impact, reserve based growth

For TAG Oil the greatest opportunities still lie ahead.  We are an established oil producer at the forefront of exploration and production activity in the Taranaki Basin of stable New Zealand. We are a growing high netback oil producer with developing oil and gas fields, and prime acreage holder in the high impact Taranaki discovery fairway.

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Not all oil is created equal

Here’s a shot of some samples of oil from various fields in New Zealand. This is like a vertical tasting of fine wine to an oil company! _2CO2436

Come see us at APPEA!

TAG will be attending and hosting a booth at the APPEA (Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association) Conference and Exhibition in Melbourne, Australia, May 17 to 20, 2015.  APPEA  is one of the largest upstream oil and gas events in the world, with more than 3000 attendees from the investment, industry, suppliers, government, and policy-making sectors…

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Where are oil prices going next?

Between June 2014 and January 2015, oil prices fell more than 50%. And it was pretty much totally unexpected, regardless of what pundits now say in hindsight. One simple way to illustrate that fact objectively is by keyword searching “oil prices” on Google Trends. 

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New TAG Oil Pipeline Nears Completion: Paves Way for Natural Gas Sales & Field Development

New Plymouth, New Zealand – May 14, 2015 – Oil and gas operator TAG Oil Ltd., listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (trading symbol TAO), and in the US on the OTCQX Market (trading symbol TAOIF), reports that pipeline construction connecting the Cheal-E development area to TAG’s main Cheal-A production infrastructure is nearly complete. The…

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