Because Nautilus wants to make loads of money for all its foreign shareholders…. and PNG doesn’t seem able to say NO!
But Nautilus can’t say that – so we get this…
Filed under Environmental impact, Financial returns, Human rights, Papua New Guinea
Tagged as Environmental damage, experimental seabed mining, Human rights, Nautilus, Papua New Guinea, Solwara 1
Loads of money! Which is why the stock price is so high.
Loads of money! Which is why Petromin is trying so hard to get in.
Loads of money! Which is why you call it an experiment.
Experimental seabed mining: Lucky PNG!
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