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21 April 2015
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OIL AND GAS 
Searcher sizing up PNG, Philippines potential


PERTH-based Searcher Seismic is reprocessing two prominent regional seismic datasets in the Philippines and Papua New Guinea near an area potentially hold trillions of cubic feet of gas and hundreds of millions of barrels of oil.
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Oil, gas firms fund cyclone research


NPCP seeking billions to develop energy projects


Farm-out gains momentum


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MINING 
Highlands a target?


WHILE it could be a little too late for a rival PanAust offer to emerge, Highlands Pacific is looking like a takeover target due to its stake in the Frieda River copper project in Papua New Guinea.
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MORE MINING

Mysterious PNG investor eyes Gold Ridge


PanAust rejects GRAM takeover


Kibush starts PNG operations


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MARKET WATCH 
China stimulus boosts copper


UNCERTAINTY over when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates is having an effect on gold, with prices falling for the third time in four days.
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MORE MARKET WATCH

Petsec’s brave Yemen gamble


Momis rejects ‘colonial dealings’ of BCL shares


Future leaders key to BSP


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COMPANY WATCH 
Cels named country manager for DHL in PNG


DAVID Cels has been appointed as DHL Global Forwarding country manager in Papua New Guinea after a stint in the company’s industrial projects sector.
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MORE COMPANY WATCH

Porgera claimants settle with Barrick


New Digicel boss for PNG


Sime Darby completes NBPOL acquisition


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REGIONAL WATCH 
Tender closes for Badak LNG shipments


INDONESIAN energy company, PT Badak LNG has closed a tender to sell 1-2 cargoes per month from its Bontang facilities in East Kalimantan.
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MORE REGIONAL WATCH

Volvo machines the choice for KPC


Ramp-up boosts Filipino ore shipments


Positive results for Isabel


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ECONOMY 
Slower Asia Pacific growth prompts fiscal rethink


PAPUA New Guinea’s GDP is set to reach 16% in 2015, with the World Bank advising the country’s policymakers to be pragmatic about its finances and to further integrate into the global economy.
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Deal to bolster PNG industries


Short-term pain, long-term gain for PNG: ANZ


Gold price bottomed outside US: GFMS


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PNG LNG 
PNG LNG tweaks further Japanese interest


THE first shipment of cargo from the PNG LNG project to Japan last May has triggered more interest from Japanese businessmen in Papua New Guinea as a potential investment destination, Japanese ambassador Morio Matsumoto said.
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Slower Asia Pacific growth prompts fiscal rethink


PAPUA New Guinea’s GDP is set to reach 16% in 2015, with the World Bank advising the country’s policymakers to be pragmatic about its finances and to further integrate into the global economy.
Full Story...


Searcher sizing up PNG, Philippines potential


PERTH-based Searcher Seismic is reprocessing two prominent regional seismic datasets in the Philippines and Papua New Guinea near an area potentially hold trillions of cubic feet of gas and hundreds of millions of barrels of oil.
Full Story...


Highlands a target?


WHILE it could be a little too late for a rival PanAust offer to emerge, Highlands Pacific is looking like a takeover target due to its stake in the Frieda River copper project in Papua New Guinea.
Full Story...

Oil, gas firms fund cyclone research


REASERCH into tropical cyclone forecasting could get a boost from global energy companies, with Chevron Australia, Shell Australia Pty Ltd, Woodside and INPEX setting aside $A3.2 million for the effort.
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Deal to bolster PNG industries


A DISTRIBUTION deal has been signed by global hydraulics and bolting firm Enerpac and industrial equipment provider Bishops.
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Mysterious PNG investor eyes Gold Ridge


A PAPUA New Guinean investor has shown interest in in St Barbara’s Gold Ridge mine in Guadalcanal, according to the Solomon Star.
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NPCP seeking billions to develop energy projects


BILLIONS of dollars would need to be raised should the National Petroleum Company of Papua New Guinea want to fund new oil and gas projects.
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Tender closes for Badak LNG shipments


INDONESIAN energy company, PT Badak LNG has closed a tender to sell 1-2 cargoes per month from its Bontang facilities in East Kalimantan.
Full Story...


China stimulus boosts copper


UNCERTAINTY over when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates is having an effect on gold, with prices falling for the third time in four days.
Full Story...


Petsec’s brave Yemen gamble


PAPUA New Guinea-focused Oil Search has decided to get out of Yemen completely, selling its 34% in the Al Barqa permit to its newest joint venture partner Petsec, in what must be one of the most audacious purchases of the year by an Australian junior.
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Momis rejects ‘colonial dealings’ of BCL shares


PRIME Minister Peter O’Neill has hit back at claims of ‘secret dealings’ between the PNG government and Rio Tinto over the miner’s hefty interest in Bougainville Copper Limited.
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Future leaders key to BSP


THREE Bank of South Pacific (BSP) employees are on secondment to the Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) as part of a push to develop future financial leaders in PNG.
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Volvo machines the choice for KPC


VOLVO Construction Equipment machines have proved tough and resilient in Indonesia’s Sangatta coal mine in East Kalimantan Province.
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Short-term pain, long-term gain for PNG: ANZ


DESPITE a difficult start to 2015, Papua New Guineans are taking a “short-term pain, long-term gain” view, according to ANZ’s inaugural PNG Quarterly Business Survey released this month.
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PanAust rejects GRAM takeover


PANAUST has rejected a $A1.1 billion takeover bid from its major shareholder but says it remains open to further negotiation.
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Gold price bottomed outside US: GFMS


THE US dollar value of gold is expected to slide this year, but the strength of the currency means prices elsewhere may already have bottomed, according to Thomson Reuters GFMS.
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