More than K14bil spent on services in PNG, says ExxonMobil

MORE than K14 billion has been spent on Papua New Guinean services including K6 billion spent with landowner companies since the production of the PNG LNG project started.
This was revealed by operator ExxonMobil PNG yesterday during the celebration of its 10-year partnership with landowner companies to deliver the project.

Managing director Andrew Barry said they were proud to have watched and supported the development of the three local businesses: the Hides Gas Development Company, Trans Wonderland Ltd and Laba Holdings.
“Supporting the local businesses is a priority for us. Without them, we wouldn’t be where we are today-successfully delivering the country’s first LNG project,” Barry said.
Since its establishment, Hides Gas Development Company has supplied ExxonMobil PNG with skilled labour in civil construction, catering and security services, employing over 3,000 locals at the peak of PNG LNG’s construction.
Trans Wonderland Ltd has become a leading transport and logistics company in the country and has provided transport and support services to ExxonMobil PNG. The National

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