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PNG LNG Celebrates 10 Year Lanco Milestone

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Media Releases , 27 September 2017

ExxonMobil PNG donates 50,000 kina to Hiri Moale Festival

ExxonMobil PNG Limited (EMPNG), operator of PNG LNG, is supporting the Hiri Moale festival for the third consecutive year with a K50,000 donation. The annual festival celebrates the Motu Koitabuan cultures and has been made possible with support from ExxonMobil PNG and the National Capital District....
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Media Releases , 20 September 2017

New basketball court for Para Primary School

Through sports people learn to become responsible, accountable and dependable citizens. This is one of the objectives of a youth empowerment program which is giving young men and women in Hela Province a chance to believe in their potential. The youth empowerment program is a partnership between Exx...
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Media Releases , 31 August 2017

ExxonMobil PNG supports Hanuabada fire disaster victims

ExxonMobil PNG Limited, operator of the PNG LNG project, has partnered with the Salvation Army PNG Territory to assist relief efforts with a donation of K20, 000 to help families impacted by the Hanuabada fire. ExxonMobil PNG Managing Director Andrew Barry said the company recognises the impact the ...
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Media Releases , 25 August 2017

ExxonMobil PNG empowering women leaders

Two Papua New Guinea women have graduated from a four week Global Women in Management training program held in Washington DC in the United States of America. Julie Alo and Bala Kerapa were the recipients of this year’s Global Women in Management (GWIM) program which is supported by operator of...
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Media Releases , 04 May 2017

PNG LNG backs the PNG LNG Kumuls

In 2017 Papua New Guinea will, for the first time, host the Rugby League World Cup. ExxonMobil PNG Limited, operator of PNG LNG, is delighted that this opportunity will create international focus on Papua New Guinea as the PNG LNG Kumuls team capitalises on home crowd support. As a next step on the ...
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Media Releases , 18 April 2017

ExxonMobil backs CPG Education Division to roll out BoM program

ExxonMobil PNG Limited, operator of the PNG LNG project, has signed a funding agreement with the Central Provincial Government Education Division to help roll out School Board of Management training in Central Province. The training program uses a manual developed by Esmie Sinapa Development Consult...
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Media Releases , 16 March 2017

ExxonMobil PNG supports local school with sports infrastructure

Students from Juni Primary School in Hela Province and youth from the nearby Hides communities are now able to display their basketball skills and techniques on a newly refurbished basketball court. Operator of the PNG LNG Project, ExxonMobil PNG Limited, handed over the improved basketball court in...
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Media Releases , 21 February 2017

ExxonMobil PNG refurbishes classroom for school in Hela

Students from Homa Paua Primary School in Hela Province are the latest recipients of a refurbished classroom, thanks to operator of the PNG LNG Project, ExxonMobil PNG Limited. In partnership with the Evangelical Church of PNG and the local community the full maintenance of a double classroom for gr...
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Media Releases , 16 February 2017

PNG LNG announces addition to gas resources

2.3 Tcf added to the PNG LNG project fields resource base 11.5 Tcf of technically recoverable resources, a 25 percent increase ExxonMobil PNG, operator of the PNG LNG joint venture, said today it has added 2.3 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) to the existing PNG LNG project fields’ resource base foll...
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Media Releases , 15 February 2017

Hunters run coaching clinics in Central Province villages

Players and coaching staff from the Hunters spent time in Central Province on Wednesday 8 February running coaching clinics for local rugby league associations in communities near the PNG LNG plant. Local rugby league teams in Boera, Porebada, Papa and Lealea villages were put through their paces wi...
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