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A nurse at the Tabubil Hospital recently reached the pinnacle of her career when she saved a 10-year-old boy from a remote village in Western Province who had been suffering from diarrhea and fever for a month.
A team from Ok Tedi Mining Limited recently planted 1, 500 trees as part of this year’s World Environment Day.
A landowner company in the Western Province has been commended by Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML) for having the vision to provide an alternate health service for the general public, communities and residents of Kiunga town.
LOTIC Bige Limited (LBL), a local umbrella company owned by the people of Lower Ok Tedi, recently opened a new medical centre in Kiunga on Thursday 18 June.
Tommy Gat would have lost both his feet if it was not for the quick response by Ok Tedi Mining Ltd (OTML) to airlift him from his remote village of Seltamin to Tabubil on Tuesday 16 June.
Gat, who is in his 50s, endured three nights of excruciating pain after both his feet were severely burnt when he collapsed and fell into a fire on Friday 12 June.
Following the Ok Tedi Mining Limited 2019 Annual General Meeting held on 22 May 2020, Chairman of Ok Tedi Mining Limited Sir Moi Avei KBE announced today the appointment of Mr Musje Werror as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Ok Tedi Mining Limited effective 1 June 2020. He will replace Mr Peter Graham who has been in the role since May 2015.
Following the Ok Tedi Mining Limited Annual General Meeting held on 22 May 2020, Chairman Sir Moi Avei KBE announced that the Company had recorded a 2019 Profit After Tax of PGK 754 million (USD222 million). This was an increase of PGK 289 million or 61% compared to the previous year.
Operations at the Ok Tedi mine will continue as long as it’s safe and economical to do so, says Ok Ted Mining Limited Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Peter Graham.
Ok Tedi Mining Limited today advised that the results for its three remaining potential COVID-19 cases were negative.
With the first COVID-19 case identified in PNG, OTML’s primary concern remains to do everything practical to prevent the virus entering its operations and its communities.
Ok Tedi Mining Ltd today advised that three individuals who were tested for Covid-19 earlier this week have tested negative for the virus.