ExxonMobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) said its facilities in Hides in the highlands of Papua New Guinea remained safely shut in after a magnitude 6.7 aftershock struck on March 7, just a week after a deadly quake forced it to close all its PNG LNG facilities.
The company said all its employees and contractors in Hides, where it runs a gas conditioning plant, production wells and a pipeline, had been accounted for and were safe in the wake of the aftershock.
“Our team of technical experts at the Hides gas conditioning plant are continuing to fully evaluate and assess damage from the 7.5 earthquake on February 25 and subsequent aftershocks,” ExxonMobil said in an emailed statement.
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