Infrastructure

Winds of change: why Papua New Guinea is perfectly placed for a wind-power revolution

Papua New Guinea is sitting on a world-class wind power resource that could see it exporting power to the region in a relatively short space of time. Talking at Business Advantage PNG Investment Conference, Sean Whittaker, Principal Renewables Specialist with the International Finance Corporation, said that PNG would be well placed to start the journey to renewable energy.
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What is Fortescue Metals Group doing in Papua New Guinea?

Earlier this month, Papua New Guinea's government announced a 'deed of agreement' with Australian iron ore giant, Fortescue Metals Group, to develop renewable energy projects in PNG. Business Advantage PNG learns more about its plans from Julie Shuttleworth, CEO of subsidiary Fortescue Future Industries.
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PNG Air’s board pursuing plan to keep Papua New Guinea’s second domestic airline ‘viable’

It will take 'the next two to three years' before PNG Air, Papua New Guinea's second domestic airline, can foresee a return back to pre-COVID levels of business activity, according to statement issued to Papua New Guinea's stock exchange yesterday.
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