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The developer of Papua New Guinea's LNG project denies killing fish in Lake Kutuba

The developer of Papua New Guinea's LNG project denies killing fish in Lake Kutuba

Updated 11 February 2013, 19:16 AEDT

The developer of Papua New Guinea's first multi-billion dollar Liquefied Natural Gas or PNG LNG project has disputed claims by locals that its drilling activities has caused fish to die.

Locals from Lake Kutubu a world wild life protected area in the PNG highlands claim chemicals used in drilling work may have spilled into the Lake and poisoned fish and contaminated their water ways.

Firmin Nanol reports:

Presenter: Firmin Nanol

Speaker: Principal landowner and the local's spokesperson, Allan Ricks

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