Kumul Petroleum Holdings Ltd

New Britain Golf Open a success

Held at the Ralum Country Club in Kokopo from 21-23 July, this major regional sporting event attracted  100 amateur and professional golfers from throughout Papua New Guinea and Australia.

Winning the A Grade 3 Day Gross and ENBO Men’s champion is Winchton Yakapus (pictured).

Kumul Petroleum Holdings Ltd managing director, Wapu Sonkk said KPHL is happy to contribute to making this annual event a success.

Maru encourages downstream processing

He encouraged KPHL in strengthening partnership and continue with the Member for Kikori and the Governor for Gulf Province do great things for PNG development.

Through this job opportunities can also be increased, he added.

“I really would like with your support and leadership someday to have a downstream processing facility in Papua New Guinea. Right now we haven’t gotten that and reached the point where this country can be industrialized.

Kumul Petroleum Declares K552m Dividend

Kumul Petroleum Chairman Professor, Benedict Yaru presented the cheque of K200 million to the trustee shareholder, Prime Minister, James Marape during its Annual General Meeting yesterday, Tuesday 14th of December in Port Moresby.

Passam Equipped With Computers

More than 450 students will have access to 40 brand new computers.

The computers, valued at more than K100’000, were bought and given to the school by Kumul Petroleum Holdings Ltd (KPHL) as part of its corporate social responsibility to the education sector.

The donation includes accessories to compliment the computer lab set up.

A first for PNG to market gas

PNG’s oil and gas company, Kumul Petroleum Holdings Ltd, as a partner with the project developer TOTAL SA, has come up with an agreement to have KPHL staff undergo training with TOTAL SA in Paris on marketing our gas to buyers.

Announcing two senior employees on secondment with Total SA for 2 years, Kumul Petroleum Managing Director Wapu Sonk said the secondment is part of staff development and also signifies a milestone in assigning KPHL staff to the Total and Kumul Marketing Joint Venture.

No funds for drought affected in Simbu: Governor

He said the drought took them by storm and they never expected it to be like what has happened.

Speaking today at the presentation of K750,000 cheque by the Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited to the five affected provinces in the Highlands region, Kool says the province have no money to cater for the drought but ate depending on the National Disaster office to cater for the situation.

He said the drought is hitting his people hard with rivers running dry and food gardens being dried up.