Papua LNG Project TotalEnergies Update for 2024, 2025 & Beyond

Papua LNG Project led by TotalEnergies (40.1%) with ExxonMobil (37.1%) and Santos (22.8%) aims to develop Papua New Guinea's gas reserves (over 1 billion barrels of oil equivalent). Early works are on track for 2024. Final Investment Decision (FID) is targeted for 2025, with a potential production start-up in 2026. The project holds economic benefits for PNG and aims to serve Asian energy markets.

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Papua New Guinea has been on a rollercoaster ride
Students in Classroom - Local MPs rarely send their Children to local schools in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea: A Contrarian View on Politics and Development

Papua New Guinea (PNG) is a developing country with a young and growing population. The economy is largely resource-based, with mining, oil, and gas accounting for a significant share of GDP. However, the country also faces a number of challenges, including poverty, inequality, and corruption.This article presents a contrarian view…

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Is Papua New Guinea Part of Australia?
Is Papua New Guinea Part of Australia?

Is Papua New Guinea Part of Australia?

Is Papua New Guinea Part of Australia? No, Papua New Guinea (PNG) is an independent country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It shares a maritime border with Australia, but it is not part of Australia. PNG gained independence from Australia in 1975, and the two countries have a close and enduring relationship. Australia considers PNG to be a strategic partner and friend.

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Creating Opportunities for Secondary School Students in PNG

Papua New Guinea (PNG) has a young and growing population, with over 60% of the population under the age of 25. This presents a significant opportunity for the country, as a well-educated and skilled workforce is essential for economic growth and development. There is a need to create opportunities for…

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