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Santos, Oil Search Reveal PNG LNG Damage

Santos, Oil Search Reveal PNG LNG Damage

Santos, Oil Search Reveal PNG LNG Damage

Scores of people reportedly have been killed since a magnitude-7.5 quake rocked the nation on February 26th.

Australian natural gas company Santos is donating $200,000 to aid agencies in Papua New Guinea (PNG) to help get urgently-needed food, water and medical supplies to more than 30,000 people isolated in small villages following last Monday's quake.

All four regions struck by the quake remain under a state of emergency.

Recovery process has been slow due to blocked roads and power outages, creating difficulties for aid workers to reach cut-off villages.

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"The rugged terrain and loss of communications in the area impacted means it is taking time to build a complete picture of the damage", New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters said in a statement Monday, according to CNN.

Around 274,000 people need immediate support and 55,000 children under age five are among the most at risk. One resident described huge devastation and said he was living on top of the rubble of his home with dwindling food supplies and contaminated water to drink.

Australia is also sending emergency shelters and supplies to earthquake-ravaged Papua New Guinea. Hela province governor Philip Undialu told local reporters the police station, courthouse, hospital and homes had been "ripped apart of sunk into the ground".

In a statement, Darian Clark, the humanitarian duty officer at the Australian high commission in Papua New Guinea, said it "was the biggest natural disaster in a hundred years and it spread 150 kilometers across the fault line".

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