The 2021 PNG Mining and Petroleum conference and Exhibition, represents an opportunity for Industry and the Government to provide to shareholders, stakeholders, potential investors and the general public, direct project updates. More critically, with the impact of COVID-19 on industry, this is an opportunity to hear firsthand from leading Senior Industry Executives, how projects have continued to operate effectively in the ‘new normal’. High Profile speakers of the event are Prime Minister James Marape, who presented on the Government of PNG’s plans for the resource sector, as well as Kevin Gallagher, of Santos on “Creating a Regional Champion with a PNG focus” Senator Hon. Zed Seselja, Minister for International Development and the Pacific will also be providing an Australian Government perspective on the importance of the Resource Sector to both Papua New Guinea, and Australia. The PNG Mining and Petroleum Conference is a forum for industry and stakeholders, and Government to network, discuss business opportunities and policy matters and establish new business relationships.
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum hosted its Community Affairs and Media workshop from the 4th to 5th of August in Port Moresby. Delegates from across the industry as well as media personnel attended in person as well as dial-ins including international participants and panelists.
Images of the PNG Mining and Petroleum 1st Webinar Series 2021, Held in Port Moresby on Thursday 3rd of June, 2021. Key Speaker at the event; Prime Minister James Marape, alongside presenters Mr John Chambers of Santos, Wood Mackenzie and MineHutte.
This Investment Conference was the first event to showcase PNG’s investment opportunities to the world and has provided an international audience with comprehensive information on PNG’s mining and oil and gas industry for over two decades.
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum hosts conferences and workshops to provide its Members, Government, the business community, and other stakeholders updates on the mining and petroleum industry, and discuss issues of mutual concern.
Papua New Guinea has a well-established mining industry, attracting investment from many of the world’s leading mining companies.
The Chamber held the annual workshop in 2018 which provided a platform for the resource industry, Government, landowner companies and associations, and community-based organisations to discuss initiatives, challenges and share ideas on community affairs best practices.
The PNG Chamber of Mines and Petroleum hosted the 2017 Extractive Industries Emergency Response Challenge (EIERC) from 2nd – 4th October at the PNG Maritime College in Madang. There were more than 200 participants and many of the participating teams came from the respective mining and petroleum projects.