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Nautilus Minerals response

One of the many advantages of seafloor mining is that there are no local landowners or peopleliving on the site. The Solwara 1 Project site is approximately 25 km from land, in water depths of1,600 meters. There are no local landowners, or traditional “land uses” which the Mining Warden inPapua New Guinea (PNG) has stated this at numerous Exploration License (EL) hearings over aperiod of 10+years. It should also be noted that that traditional fishing rights in PNG do not extendmuch past the edge of coral reefs...

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