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PNG and USA cement deal to defend Exxon-Mobil LNG project amid growing tensions

United States and PNG Sign Agreement to Strengthen Bilateral Partnership

The United States and Papua New Guinea signed an Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA). This bilateral ACSA agreement will facilitate the exchange of logistics support, supplies, and services during exercises, training, or emergencies. 267 more words

Papua New Guinea

Exxon-Mobil brings in the troops

The level of anger and distrust over Exxon-Mobil’s LNG project is rising alarmingly in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea as local people realize they have been conned and the promised benefits from the multi-billion dollar project are never going to come. 230 more words

Papua New Guinea

Solomon Islands Gavman i wari long plen blong pasim main long Gold Ridge

Caroline Tiriman | Radio Australia

Solomon Islands Gavman i wari tru long bihain taem blong Gold Ridge main bihainim ol tingting blong St. Barbara kampani long pasim main. 340 more words

Environmental Impact

Highlands Pacific: Glencore PNG option terminated

Mining Business

Highlands terminated Glencore Xstrata’s option over a prospective copper-gold exploration tenement in PNG’s Star Mountains, a day after it missed the deadline to exercise the 10-year-old option. 26 more words

Papua New Guinea

Manetoali: No mining in Isabel

Denver Newter | Solomon Star

Member of Parliament (MP) for Gao/Bugotu constituency Samuel Manetoali says Isabel province would not allow mining operation on the island. 224 more words

Environmental Impact

Panguna miner plans big reconcilliation

David Lornie | Post Courier

MINING company Bougainville Copper Limited is planning a big bel kol reconciliation ceremony in Arawa, Central Bougainville this year.

The ceremony, in local dialect called domang mita, is expected to include up to 3000 people. 432 more words

Papua New Guinea

Mining company won't return to Solomon Islands quickly

Radio New Zealand

Australian mining company, St Barbara, says it will be some time before it returns to its Gold Ridge mine in Solomon Islands, after last week withdrawing all staff in the wake of devastating floods. 164 more words

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