Nautilus takes harder line with PNG gov’t over Solwara 1 dispute Mineweb Kip Keen February 14, 2014 The dispute between Nautilus Minerals and Papua New Guinea over the Solwara 1 project continues, with Nautilus terminating PNG’s ownership rights and seeking damages.
Deep Sea Mining Bill clears Commons Engineering & Technology Magazine January 24, 2014 Deep sea mining legislation cleared the House of Commons today, paving the way for better regulation of the emerging industry. Under the Deep Sea Mining Bill, which was brought forward by
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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