View survey response

Papua New Guinea

Papua-New-Guinea-outline-map-credit-Matt-Rosenberg-About.com-geography.jpg

Get RSS feed of these results

Related stories and components

Article
22 May 2018

Commentary: Gov'ts & businesses must listen to communities to address human rights abuses related to resource extraction in the Pacific

Author: Amy Sinclair, New Matilda

"The Tyranny Of Distance: Corporate Harm On The Frontline In The Pacific," 18 May 2018...

Read more

Article
22 April 2018

Pacific: Adverse impacts of deep-sea mining, including on rights of indigenous people, are possibly as harmful as land mining, says Harvard paper

Author: Ben Doherty, The Guardian

"Deep-sea mining possibly as damaging as land mining, lawyers say," 18 April 2018...

Read more

Company response
18 April 2018

Response by Exxon Mobil

Author: Exxon Mobil

While the PNG LNG Project is not the cause of PNG's or Hela's low socio-economic indicators, when tied to sound national economic policies, it can be part of a solution that helps Papua New Guineans build a more prosperous and sustainable future for...

Read full response

Company response
18 April 2018

Response by Oil Search

Author: Oil Search

 We note that ExxonMobil is the operator of the PNG LNG project, and we refer readers to their response on the claims made by the author (see below). The information provided here is intended as supporting information, and to describe the socio...

Read full response

Article
4 April 2018

Bougainville: Local landowners reject bid to renew exploration at Panguna mine

Author: Catherine Wilson, Mongabay

"Traditional landowners reject mining exploration bid in Bougainville", 27 March 2018...

Read more

Story
29 March 2018

Papua New Guinea: Apparent lack of benefits from LNG project allegedly lead to violence within project communities; inc co. statements from ExxonMobil and Oil Search

A media report (linked below) has linked the Papua New Guinea Liquefied Natural Gas Project operations of ExxonMobil and Oil Search to negative human rights impacts....

See full story

Company response
27 March 2018

Nautilus Minerals' response

Author: Nautilus Minerals

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Nautilus Minerals to respond to concerns raised in a media report about seabed mining....

Read full response

Story
27 March 2018

PNG: Concerns raised about negative impacts of seabed mining; need for consultation with local landholders

A recent media report (linked below) cites Nautilus Minerals' proposed seabed mining activities in Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea, and refers to the potential negative impacts of seabed mining, including harm to tuna stocks, and the need for proper...

See full story

Company response
19 March 2018

Ok Tedi Mining's company response

Author: Ok Tedi Mining

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Ok Tedi Mining to respond to concerns raised about the labour rights of the company's workers following termination of 191 employees in response to a protest for better work conditions and benefits....

Read full response

Story
18 March 2018

Papua New Guinea: Ok Tedi Mining terminates 191 employees following protest to request better work conditions & benefits

One hundred and ninety-one Ok Tedi Mining employees were terminated as employees of the company following an 'illegal' protest at the mine site to demand better work conditions and benefits. ...

See full story