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PNG Expo 2024 comes to a close

It’s been a big couple of days at the PNG Industrial and Mining Resources Exhibition and Conference (PNG Expo). Let’s have a look at what attendees experienced on day two.

The day started with Minprovise operations manager Nigel Bluett taking the stage to open the conference program.

After Minprovise, Islands Petroleum chief executive officer Nathan Bluett (no relation) spoke to redefining fuel security in PNG, followed by a panel discussion on the importance of PPE and LOTO.

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Cherie Litwiller, International Education Agency of PNG director of education, spoke about technical education and corporate training in Port Moresby and throughout PNG from the perspective of IEA TAFE College, while Steamships general manager – corporate affairs Vele Rupa spoke to the sustainability of investing in the local workforce, joint ventures, and community engagement.

Rounding out the day was Genoffgrid director Russell Grant took to the stage to speak about empowering Pacific decarbonisation: the sustainable energy transition.

Like day one, a packed exhibitor floor was also happening at the same time as the conference program – take a look at the day one program in our story for July 3.

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