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Focus moves to P’nyang agreement after government endorsement of Papua LNG

After the government’s endorsement of the Papua LNG Gas Agreement in September, attention has shifted to achieving a deal for the P’nyang gas project. Its developers see its pending approval as a prerequisite for the commencement of Papua LNG.
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US$10 billion Papua LNG project to go ‘full steam ahead’ in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea's Petroleum Minister has announced that the government will honour a gas deal struck with French major Total SA for the US$10 billion Papua LNG project. The project will be the single largest foreign investment in the Pacific country since the advent of the US$19 billion PNG LNG project a decade ago.
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The intensifying debate over the future of Papua New Guinea’s mining industry

The mining industry needs government help to solve an exploration crisis, according to industry representatives. But government bodies are saying there needs to be a better sharing of the rewards in the national interest. Business Advantage PNG looks at the contrasting views of the industry and the state.
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Papua New Guinea government to ‘stand behind’ Papua LNG gas agreement

Papua New Guinea's Petroleum Minister Kerenga Kua has announced that the National Executive Council (PNG's cabinet) has 'in principle' agreed to 'stand behind' the gas agreement signed in April for the US$10 billion (K33.7 billion) Total-led Papua LNG project.
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