Ok Tedi Copper Mine 2 Introduction The Ok Tedi Copper Mine case is one of the most worldwide critical case that’s been a great example for the most polluted environment case in the western part of Papua New Guinea.
Business Ethic Ok Tedi Copper Mine. The Ok Tedi Copper Mine Ethical Issue * Opening the mine without a waste storage. If they would have waited to open the mine for the waste storage to be completely finished they never would have started disposing trailing in the river. * Environmental damage along the Ok Tedi.The environment that is affected is the river, the fish, the forest area along the ...
ok tedi mining limited fuel management system The Ok Tedi mine is an open pit gold and copper mine situated near the headwaters of the Ok Tedi River in Papua New Guinea. The mine is operated by Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML), a state-owned company, that holds a large portfolio of exploration leases in the Star Mountains of Western Province, PNG.
The Ok Tedi copper-gold mine in the highlands of Papua New Guinea has dumped 80,000 tonnes a day of tailings into the Ok Tedi/Fly river systems since 1989, causing a 90% fish kill in the lower Ok Tedi river and a current or eventual "die back" of vegetation and forests of at least 900 square kilometres.
The Ok Tedi mine began production of gold twenty years ago, in May 1984. The developer was a multinational consortium consisting of three large multinationals -- BHP, Amoco Minerals, and a German consortium led by Metallgesellschaft AG. The mine moved to full production in 1987, producing copper concentrate that is piped to Kiunga,
The main source of trouble has been the Ok Tedi mine, situated deep in the rain- ... The copper and gold deposits at Ok Tedi on Mount Fubi-lan, almost 2,000 meters high in the rain forest-swathed Star Mountains, presented a daunting challenge. The terrain is ... Case Studies Papua New Guinea and Surrounding Region.
The Ok Tedi mine is situated on immense ore deposits of copper and gold on Mount Fuliban in the Star Mountains near the boarder with Irian Jaya. This area is geologically unstable and subject to powerful erosion. It is drenched by 10 metres of rainfall a year, and the run off carries sediment from slippage and erosion into the Ok Tedi River ...
Appendix H: Ok Tedi Riverine Disposal Case Study H–3 1 Introduction The Ok Tedi Mine in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is one of the mines where riverine disposal is currently being practised. It is one of the world's largest gold-copper mines and was owned by BHP Billiton (52%), the State of Papua New Guinea (30%) and Inmet Mining Corporation (18%).
OTFRDT Ok Tedi-Fly River Development Trust, ‘the Trust’. Set up by OTML in 1989 to contribute to infrastructure projects and to assist in the development of the approximately 100 villages identified as being on, or having land abutting, the Ok Tedi and Fly River systems. OTML Ok Tedi Mining Limited. The operator of the Ok Tedi mine project.
Anthropology and advocacy: A case study of the campaign against the Ok Tedi mine. Critique of Anthropology 22(2):175-200, 2002. What are the responsibilities of anthropologists towards the communities with whom they work? This article examines debates on anthropology and advocacy in relation to the Ok Tedi copper and gold mine in Papua New Guinea.
THE OK TEDI COPPER MINE CASE STUDY 2 Presented to: Gary G. Gray Ph.D. MGMT 5900 Ethics Student: Bowen Tian 01/09/2017 Johnson & Wales University There is a OK Tedi Copper Mine being operated at the head water of the OK Tedi river. It is largely owned by the Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited (BHP).