The PNG Government must seriously consider the economic implications the revised Mining Act will have on the country. In a statement today in response to the Mining Minister Hon. Johnson Tuke’s statements in Parliament yesterday regarding tabling the revised Act in the current Parliament Sitting, the Chamber urged the Government to seriously consult with the industry to fully understand the impacts some of the proposed amendments would have on future and existing projects.
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World Class Mining & Petroleum
Promotes world-class, sustainable mineral and hydrocarbon exploration, production, and processing.
Supporting a safe and viable resource industry that is environmentally and socially responsible to the welfare of impacted communities, and the people of Papua New Guinea.
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Committed to the wellbeing and prosperity of current and future generations of PNG.
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The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum has expressed sadness at the recent murder of a Porgera mine worker, urging the government to ensure that law and order is secure at the workplaces of commercial enterprises.
Papua New Guinea’s only event that demonstrates the resource industry’s commitment to safe and secure work environments will be held in Port Moresby from September 30 to the October 02.