Apr 01, 2021

Ok Tedi restart after COVID-19 crisis

Ok Tedi restart after COVID-19 crisis A worker disinfects one of the mine haul trucks in preparation for resumption of operations.

Ok Tedi Mining in Papua New Guinea is due to resume mine operations today (April 1) after a suspension due to a surge in COVID-19 cases. Acting managing director and chief executive officer Kedi Ilimbit said the restart of operations would be gradual, with ramp up to full production expected to take up to two…

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