Civil society groups take PNG government to court over Nautilus seabed mining project Australian Network News 11 November 2013 AUDIO: Wenceslas Magun speaks to Pacific Beat (ABC News) A coalition of NGOs is mounting a legal challenge to the world’s first license to operate a dee
Mining Journal 18 October 2013 Wylie Spicer* | Mondaq When the International Regime for Seabed Mining was introduced at the United Nations in 1994, as an amendment to the Law of the Sea Treaty (the Treaty) the then Secretary General of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) Ambassad
Northern Miner October 3, 2013 Deep-sea mineral explorer Nautilus Minerals (TSX: NUS) has announced the arbitrator, the Honourable Murray Gleeson, has concluded that the Papua New Guinea (PNG) government did not hold its end of the deal for the company’s Solwara 1 copper-gold project.
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The push to mine the seabeds of Fiji has now become a reality with the granting of licences to Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology or KIOST, Nautilus Minerals and Bluewater Minerals Australia. This is despite Fiji NGO, Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) getting legal
Benjamin Howard | Post Courier 2 October 2012 The community coalition against the proposed Solwara 1 project in the Bismarck Sea has thrown its support behind Oro Governor, Gary Juffa’s initiatives to seek legal clarification on the activities of Nautilus Minerals in this area. Promin