11.11.2014 - Petrodollars: Figuring out what to do with PNG’s new LNG wealth
As Papua New Guinea enters the small fraternity of LNG exporters, it needs to figure out what do with the money the poor nation is going to earn. Christine Forster looks at the issue in this week’s Oilgram News column, Petrodollars. The start-up in April this year of the ExxonMobil-operated Papua New Guinea LNG project was an historic moment for the small Pacific nation, marking the arrival of the world’s newest player on the global gas market. At a price tag of $19 billion, the PNG LNG project represents the biggest investment in the country’s history. With the project now up and running at full capacity, and with the prospects firming for the development of a second LNG project at the InterOil-operated Elk-Antelope fields, PNG’s economy is set for a transformation...............................................Full Article: Source
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