The company has recently invested in bio-gas facilities to reduce their costs of operation which is significantly cheaper than burning diesel.Read more
PHAMA, works with the public and private sectors to promote Pacific exports of primary and value added produce.Read more
West New Britain province; home of the oil palm and for the past 50 years, home of palm oil giant, New Britain Palm Oil limited.
The company yesterday marked their 50th anniversary in Papua New Guinea, first incorporated in the country in 1967 and has since grown into the largest private sector employer in the country.
New Britain Palm Oil is supplying electricity from biogas to the people of Kimbe through a partnership with PNG Power. Biogas typically refers to a mixture of different gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter, in this case methane is produced by the palm oil mile fluence or the mill waste.Read more
Papua New Guinea is teeming with innovative entrepreneurs looking for avenues to launch their ideas and products. Since the 2017Read more
Music lovers in Port Moresby were treated to the neo-soul tunes from Papua New Guinean born singer, Ngaiire.
The singer headlined a mini-concert at Port Moresby nightclub, The Cosmopolitan.
80 percent of Papua New Guineans live in rural areas, and to this demography, agriculture isn’t merely a topic for discussion but their source of livelihood.Read more
According to Innovative Agro Industry CEO, Lior Crystal, the imports are extremely expensive and lack consistency. The establishment of the farm is to supply consumers with locally produced dairy goods; goods that will have longer shelf lives.Read more
Global ICT service provider, SpeedCast, has opened up shop in Port Moresby in a move that country manager, Scott Tipping, describes as “significant.”Read more
Image: A portion of the Abau District Roads Coconut farmers in the Abau District are calling for the government to fixRead more