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17 September 2017, 09:06 | Hattie Nash
Auckland International Airport file image.
New Zealand's busiest airport faces up to two weeks of flight disruption after someone digging up a kauri log damaged the only jet fuel pipeline between Northland's Marsden Point refinery and Auckland.
"I have spoken to Sjoerd Post, chief executive of Refining NZ, which owns the pipeline, as well as Mobil, BP and Z Energy, which all use the pipeline to supply fuel to Auckland".
Andrew said eventually Air New Zealand rescheduled a flight for him but the airline told him there was no guarantee he would fly.
The government has offered to provide what help it can.
About 70,000 litres of fuel leaked from the damaged pipe.
Yesterday the government stepped in, with Prime Minister Bill English saying government would offer all the assistance it can to get fuel supplies back up and running. The contaminated soil has been removed, the refinery said.
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