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The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum is a non-profit, peak industry association that represents the interests of the mining and petroleum industry and associated industries in Papua New Guinea. The Chamber has a current membership of over 200 companies. This includes most of the mining and petroleum companies active in PNG who comprise the Full Members. Associate and Service Members make up the balance of the membership and these are support companies with business connections to the mining and petroleum sectors in PNG.

 


Mission Statement

Promotes the mineral and petroleum exploration potential of Papua New Guinea and the development of a world-class sustainable resources industry that provides benefit streams to improve the welfare of all Papua New Guineans.


Latest News

15.02.19 Uncertainty over mining leases could threaten economic growth in PNG -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum today said that the continued success of existing projects and the development of new ones is critical to the future of Papua New Guinea. And that any significant delay in the renewal and … Continue reading
13 Feb 2019 – PNG employment and rebound in growth thanks to Mining and Petroleum -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum today welcomed a report by the World Bank that has forecasted that new large-scale resource projects could boost Papua New Guinea’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to five percent this year. The World … Continue reading
29 Jan 2019 – Chamber congratulates Oil Search Managing Director on Award -
The Papua New Guinea Chamber of Mines and Petroleum congratulates Oil Search Managing Director Peter Botten on his recognition as a Companion of the Order of Australia. Read More
22 Jan 2019 – Chamber welcomes new Mineral Resource Authority Managing Director -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum has welcomed the new Managing Director of the Mineral Resources Authority (MRA) Mr Jerry Garry. Read More
14 Dec 2018 – Chamber congratulates Government and Wafi Golpu JV Partners on MOU -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum says the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Government and the joint venture partners of the Wafi-Golpu project, Newcrest Mining Ltd and Harmony Gold is a significant step forward for … Continue reading

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