What business opportunities will flow from the Papua LNG project?

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More details have been revealed about the planned TotalEnergies-led Papua LNG gas project and how businesses can get involved.

Kumul Petroleum moves to increase Papua New Guinea’s stake in PNG LNG project

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State-owned Kumul Petroleum has made an offer to purchase a further five per cent of the PNG LNG project from Santos. The US$1.4 billion move looks set to position it to play a greater role in the future of Papua New Guinea’s oil and gas sector with global LNG demand increasing.

People moves: Kumul Petroleum, Santos

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Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited fills in Chief Operating Officer position and Santos announces People & Culture Partner.

Kumul Petroleum: getting power to the people

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Kumul Petroleum Holdings has been working non-stop to assist the National Government reach its goal of connecting 70 per cent of Papua New Guinea’s population to electricity within the next eight years. Here’s how it’s advancing.

Papua New Guinea’s other gas project: Arran Energy’s Stanley

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While the Papua LNG and P’nyang projects are the main game in Papua New Guinea’s gas sector, Arran Energy’s smaller Stanley gas project in Western Province looks set to beat both into production. Business Advantage PNG talks to Executive Chairman Michael McGowan to find out more.

Papua New Guinea’s P’nyang LNG project: what we know so far

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‘Heads of agreement’ have been reached for the ExxonMobil-led P’nyang gas project in Papua New Guinea’s Western Province. Business Advantage PNG looks at what this means for the project’s future development.

Fabrication of Papua New Guinea’s new gas projects could be done in-country

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A new fabrication facility being planned to support the next wave of gas projects in Papua New Guinea could create as many as 15,000 jobs and enable Papua New Guinea to compete for regional work, according to Wapu Sonk, Managing Director of Kumul Petroleum.

In brief: Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister says P’nyang project could be a ‘win-win’ and other business stories

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Prime Minister James Marape to visit ExxonMobil’s headquarters, Telikom/bmobile merger to be finalised this month, and delays in Porgera’s reopening. The business news you need today.

New negotiations, new laws: Kumul Petroleum’s MD says oil and gas sector is looking ‘much stronger’

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Wapu Sonk, Managing Director of Kumul Petroleum, says that Papua New Guinea’s oil and gas sector is looking ‘much stronger’ with the Papua LNG project set to have its final investment decision in 2023. But, he told the 2021 Business Advantage PNG Investment Conference, that proposed changes to the country’s oil and gas law have been delayed.

In brief: Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister talks about Wafi-Golpu and other business stories

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Air Niugini announces restrictions to travel to Sydney, Prime Minister Marape says Wafi-Golpu could be expected in December and Twinza Oil gets an ultimatum. The business new you need today.