Maritime NZ has published guidelines regarding a major increase in required insurance cover for marine oil spills from offshore installations.
According to a statement from the government agency, amendments to the Marine Protection Rules Part 102 now require owners of offshore installations to have insurance or another form of financial security from a third party of up to $1.2 billion. This is an increase from approximately $28 million.
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