Monday, February 6, 2012

Landslide necessitates rescue operations at ExxonMobil LNG plant in Papua New Guinea

A giant LNG project jointly operated by an ExxonMobil offshoot has been partially shut down after an early morning landslide on Tuesday. Papua New Guinea’s National Disaster & Emergency Office had to conduct an emergency rescue mission in Southern Highlands, though no casualties were immediately reported. 

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