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Bougainville clans regain power over mining rights

The National aka The Loggers Times | January 12, 2018

Bougainville landowners own all the resources on their land and the Bougainville government only facilitates resource development, says Bougainville Finance Minister Robin Wilson, pictured. 271 more words

Papua New Guinea

Call to have equal sharing of benefits from resources owned

Jack Lapauve Jnr. | EMTV | 7 January, 2018

The President of Resource Owners Federation PNG is urging the National Government to be a firm regulator in the Mining, Gas and Oil sector. 156 more words

Papua New Guinea

LNG Landowners Believe They Were ‘Robbed’

Landowners continue to become spectators on their own land while their resources continue to be exploited

Post Courier | January 5, 2018

There is nothing to show for in the PNG LNG impacted areas with the Government continuously misleading the people and promising better benefits as captured in the PNG LNG agreement of 2009.

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Papua New Guinea

EITI releases 2016 Report

Cedric Patjole | Loop PNG | December 23, 2017

The PNG Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) has released its 2016 Report.

This is the fourth report by the entity since joining the global EITI standards movement. 340 more words

Papua New Guinea

Call to Improve Dialogue Between Resource Owners and Stakeholders

Government urged not to renew the Porgera Special Mining Lease Agreement

Jack Lapauve Jnr. | EMTV | 14 December 2017 

President of Resource Owners Federation PNG is calling for an equal playing field between mining operators and resource owners. 181 more words

Papua New Guinea

Women as change makers in Papua New Guinea

Immaculate Javia* | Earthworks | December 11, 2017

Women around the world have been applauded for breakthroughs in male dominated fronts and for fighting for gender equity. 731 more words

Papua New Guinea

Industry and government a mine of misinformation

The much championed size and importance of the mining sector in Papua New Guinea is really all smoke and mirrors; an elaborate charade crafted through a mine of misinformation generated by industry and the government – and repeatedly broadcast by an unquestioning and compliant media. 441 more words

Papua New Guinea