Memorandum of Understanding

Wafi-Golpu MOU signed

Newcrest Mining Limited and its Joint Venture partner Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (Harmony) announced this on December 11th 2018.

In a statement released by Newcrest, the MOU establishes the framework for the parties to progress the permitting of the Wafi-Golpu Project as quickly as practicable in accordance with applicable regulatory processes.

State signs MOU with Total, partners

This is to negotiate a gas agreement for the Papua LNG Project.

The signing took place this morning in Port Moresby before the opening of the APEC CEO Summit.

Present at the signing was Prime Minster Peter O’Neill, ExxonMobil PNG Managing Director, Andrew Barry, Oil Search Limited MD, Peter Botten and Total Chairman and CEO, Patrick Pouyanné.

The MOU signed today is another step closer to the realisation of the Papua LNG Project in the Gulf Province.

Pomio cocoa exports to Japan

The MOU was signed on September 13th between Elias Kapavore and the United Nations Development Programme.

With the MOU communities who are part of the Tavolo Wildlife Management Area, are now pioneering a new business venture that will see high quality cocoa exported directly to Japan.

Communities in Pomio district produce large amounts of cocoa but are isolated and lack access to transport infrastructure making it difficult to supply their products to international markets.

CASA, AIC to sign deal

The MoU aims to provide clarity on investigations carried out by both entities dealing with aircraft accidents.

Under the Civil Aviation Act, the roles and responsibilities of the AIC and the CASA are defined. However, at operational level, there is a fine line between the investigations carried out by the AIC and that of CASA PNG.

The MoU also facilitates closer cooperation between the two entities in common areas such as sharing resources and aviation safety training.

CCHS signed new MOU with DoH

This follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the National Department of Health today.

Archbishop Stephen Reichert said the direct funding and support will allow for more immediate and direct access to funding and services.

Archbishop Reichert said they’re happy to assist the Government in the role to deliver health care particular in rural areas.

“We want to make sure that the government recognises us as an organisation with employees as we need to take care of them as well.