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May 27, 2022

Juha Clan Vetting

Landowners from the Petroleum Development License 9 area, are calling on the Department of Petroleum and Energy, to complete the outstanding clan vetting exercise.

Their calls come after, Petroleum and Energy Minister, Nixon Duban, recently in a paid advertisement, advised the department, to complete this exercise.


Minister Duban in his statement, urged all officers from DPE, to perform their duties by completing this important exercise.


Representing the Juha PDL 9 landowners, Johnson Limbya, urged the department to take heed of minister Duban’s instruction.


He says failure to do so will result in future disagreements between the landowners, the state, and the developer, regarding the PNG LNG Project.


Limbya says this exercise is long overdue, and the landowners have been waiting for more than 3 years.


Mr. Limbya is the landowner of blocks 16-39 and 15-66, who wants the government to complete the first phase of the clan vetting, before going into the second phase.

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