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Publisher’s Letter

27 November is looming large as a key date for Papua New Guinea, with the date nominated for concluding negotiations between the State and developers over the ExxonMobil-led P’nyang gas project.

With P’nyang, like the Total-led Papua LNG project, likely to share much of the PNG LNG gas project infrastructure, the developers appear keen to ensure that agreements to both new gas projects are signed before committing major expenditure to either.

As Westpac economist Justin Smirk observed last week, ‘if P’nyang does not proceed, the economics of Papua LNG changes.’

The Government, on the other hand, wants the two new projects treated separately, in the expectation of being able to negotiate a better deal for P’nyang, Western Province’s first gas project.

The next few weeks will show us whether the two sides can be reconciled (some are already suggesting an agreement may not be executed until January). If they can’t, delays to both new gas projects look likely.

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