PNG LNG row over, says ExxonMobil

Back to work: ExxonMobil says community leaders and the government have come to a resolution in the Hildes land row

ExxonMobil has said a land dispute with residents in Papua New Guinea that halted part of the works on its $15.7 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project has ended.

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