Company profiles

Papua New Guinea has enough gas for five trains, says Kumul Petroleum MD

Papua New Guinea’s state petroleum company, Kumul Petroleum, sees its role in developing oil and gas projects in partnership with developers, according to Managing Director, Wapu Sonk. He tells Business Advantage PNG there is enough gas in the country for no less than five LNG trains.
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Steamships MD Peter Langslow sees future in property development (Part 2)

In the second of a two-part series, Steamships Managing Director Peter Langslow tells Business Advantage PNG that his diversified company is looking to upgrade its manufacturing activities, upgrade more hotels and is planning more property development in Papua New Guinea.
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Agility keeps NASFUND ahead in tougher investment climate says CEO Ian Tarutia

Superannuation company Nasfund continues to deliver positive returns to its members, Chief Executive Ian Tarutia tells Business Advantage PNG. But weak economic conditions in Papua New Guinea, foreign exchange restrictions and rising unemployment mean the organisation has to be agile.
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Anitua’s key priorities are expansion and self-reliance says incoming CEO of Papua New Guinea’s largest landowner group

Anitua’s independence strategy, known as the 'Lihir Destiny', for Papua New Guinea’s largest and most successful landowner company will continue under its new CEO, John Gethin-Jones. He tells Business Advantage PNG that key focusses are constant review of activities and staff development.
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