Marape halts PNG LNG gas agreement talks

OIL Search remains hopeful the Papua LNG two train development being led by Total will go ahead despite the Papua New Guinea government terminating discussions with ExxonMobil Friday over a gas agreement for the P’nyang gas field to feed an additional train at its PNG LNG project. 

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Oil Search still hopeful on Papua LNG 

The integrated three-train expansion, worth A$20 billion and set to double the nation's LNG exports, now faces questions if ExxonMobil can't develop a third train at its project.
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