ExxonMobil PNG

Mobil Oil New Guinea bolster fuel supply

The company has recently unveiled its latest initiative with the commissioning of a third loading arm at its Port Moresby Terminal. This innovative enhancement is set to revolutionize the fuel distribution landscape in Papua New Guinea.

With the new loading arm in place, MONG's bottom loading facility is primed to increase its capacity, allowing for faster and safer truck loading of both Diesel and Petrol. This translates to shorter delivery times, which will undoubtedly benefit the company's clientele throughout the country.

LNG industry players recognized

The event, held in Port Moresby and attended by Minister for Petroleum and Energy, Kerenga Kua, recognized the contributions of women across various sectors, including government, local business, and landowner communities.

ExxonMobil sponsored the Power Play Awards Papua New Guinea, an initiative aimed at acknowledging the accomplishments of women in the country's LNG industry.

Minister Kua commended the program for promoting recognition and encouraging women professionals to excel, emphasizing their pivotal role in driving Papua New Guinea's progress.

Recognizing excellence in LNG

The event aims to recognize the accomplishments and contributions of women working in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. The Power Play Awards is part of the global program created by ExxonMobil women, which brings together women from different industries to network, collaborate, and do business.

The Power Play Awards Papua New Guinea is not just another awards program, but an initiative that acknowledges the contributions of every nominee to the LNG industry in Papua New Guinea.

PNG LNG Project Delivers Record Revenues

Revenues delivered by the PNG LNG Project include PGK 7.1 billion flowing to Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited and an estimated PGK 4.5 billion in various taxes paid to the Internal Revenue Commission.

ExxonMobil PNG Managing Director, Peter Larden, stated in a recent report that the revenues and associated benefits from the PNG LNG Project provide the PNG government the opportunity to promote sustainable, long term economic development and are extremely proud of their performance in contributing to the PNG economy. 

Park, EMPNG Builds Unique Partnership

It extends beyond a mere funding to one of genuine commitment by EMPNG to seeing the Park reach its full potential for the benefit of the community and for the preservation of PNG's amazing and diverse biodiversity.

Port Moresby Nature Park’s Chief Executive Officer, Michelle McGeorge, recently acknowledged its longest running partner ExxonMobil PNG for its support as one of its major sponsors.

P’nyang Re-engagement

Mr. Smaré said, “In light of the extremely challenging economic conditions in PNG, the P’nyang and Papua LNG projects, are projects that are desperately needed to be kick-started to kick-start the country’s stagnant economy creating jobs, bringing in foreign exchange and providing opportunities for PNG businesses, particularly SMEs in the impacted areas.”

Papa receives ExxonMobil support

EMPNG Executive Director Scott Sandlin said the construction of this important building was made possible because of the collaboration of ExxonMobil and the Gas Resources Company, Veadi Koita Association, Ward Councilors and their workers, and Laba Holdings.

EMPNG are proud to support the people of Papa and with the erection of a necessary resource centre. The ward and their community members can now host formal and social events.

Director Sandlin said these community investment projects amongst many others is solely for the people’s benefit and well-being.

Central schools receive donations

A total of 20 infrared thermometers, 1,440 hand washing soap bars and 2,700 face masks were presented to schools in Papa, Lealea, Boera and Porebada.

Alyssa Warner, LNG Plant Asset Manager at ExxonMobil PNG, when handing the items over at Bogi Literacy School, said it was great to be able to support their local neighbours and schools with this health donation.

Over 250 frozen food supplies for organisations

The food donation comes under an initiative by ExxonMobil PNG (EMPNG) staff to donate food items to assist community groups during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Bel Isi PNG's Danielle Winfrey was thankful to EMPNG's Social Club for the support, stating that the food items would be distributed to other partners who provide temporary safe accommodation for women and children who are survivors of violence in Port Moresby.

“We sincerely appreciate the EMPNG staff and management for their generous support. We know our clients will be very grateful,” she stated.

EMPNG supports COVID-19 response

Acting Health Secretary and Deputy State of Emergency Controller, Dr Paison Dakulala, received the items and thanked ExxonMobil for the support.

Dr Dakulala said this will go a long way in helping his team do the job that is required in the National Operation Centre and later on as well.

“The partnership you give is very special and we want to acknowledge that partnership. It is very important in the time of the COVID-19 challenge that we are facing. As we scale up we appreciate all the support and help that every donor or every agency is giving.