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

14.11.18 Chamber welcomes APEC leaders to Papua New Guinea -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum has warmly welcomed world leaders and global CEOs to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings which are currently underway in Port Moresby this week. Read more…
19.10.18 – PNG’s premier international conference to be held in December -
Papua New Guinea’s premier international conference, the PNG Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference will be staged this year in Sydney, Australia from the 3rd to the 5th of December 2018. Read More
17.10.18 – Resources sector will help stabilise PNG economy in the coming year -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum has welcomed a World Bank research report predicting positive economic outlook for Papua New Guinea. Read More
27.09.18 Home-grown resource industry graduates recognised by Chamber -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum has acknowledged the thousands of new graduates who undertake training programs with mining and petroleum companies in Papua New Guinea each year. With a commitment to growth and future prosperity of PNG, the … Continue reading
13.09.18 Resource industry supporting the development of small and medium enterprises -
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum is encouraging more landowner and local companies to diversify their operations, and expand outside of project areas to be more competitive and sustainable. Speaking at the ABAC MSME & Innovation Summit in Port … Continue reading

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