Thailand, Papua New Guinea to join forces in energy sector

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Port MoresbyThailand and Papua New Guinea will discuss a possible joint investment in energy and gas exploration, according to Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra after she held a meeting with her Papua New Guinean counterpart Peter O’Neil on October 9 on the sidelines of the 21st Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Bali, Indonesia.

O’Neil expressed his appreciation to the Thai leader for the Thai private sector’s investment in fisheries, natural resources and energy in Papua new Guinea. He asked Yingluck to help coordinate with ASEAN members to expand trade between his country and the region.

The Thai prime minister has assigned related agencies to study on industries that should be promoted in Papua New Guinea to pave the way for closer cooperation.

In response to O’Neil’s request for Thai investment on energy exploration in his country, the Papua New Guinea’s petroleum minister will hold talks with the Thai energy minister on future cooperation.

O’Neil also accepted Yingluck’s invitation to attend the ITU Telecom World 2013, to be held in Thailand in November 2013.

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Thailand and Papua New Guinea will discuss a possible joint investment in energy and gas exploration, according to Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra after she held a meeting with her Papua New Guinean counterpart Peter O’Neil on October 9 on the sidelines of the 21st Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Bali, Indonesia.

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Port MoresbyThailand and Papua New Guinea will discuss a possible joint investment in energy and gas exploration, according to Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra after she held a meeting with her Papua New Guinean counterpart Peter O’Neil on October 9 on the sidelines of the 21st Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Bali, Indonesia.

O’Neil expressed his appreciation to the Thai leader for the Thai private sector’s investment in fisheries, natural resources and energy in Papua new Guinea. He asked Yingluck to help coordinate with ASEAN members to expand trade between his country and the region.

The Thai prime minister has assigned related agencies to study on industries that should be promoted in Papua New Guinea to pave the way for closer cooperation.

In response to O’Neil’s request for Thai investment on energy exploration in his country, the Papua New Guinea’s petroleum minister will hold talks with the Thai energy minister on future cooperation.

O’Neil also accepted Yingluck’s invitation to attend the ITU Telecom World 2013, to be held in Thailand in November 2013.

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