NNGPM: Nederlandsche Nieuw Guinea Petroleum Maatschappij
Briefing notes on the Netherlands New Guinea Petroleum Company.
Oil and Gas Company in West Papua since 1926 from Nederlandsche Nieuw Guinea Petroleum Maatschappij (Shell and Standar Oil Company) to Santa Fe Oil in 1 May 1963 after Occupied by Indonesia then Indonesia changed it PetroChina International Bermuda Ltd also Indonesia Oil Gas Company took another Oil Fields for Pertamina Ltd, Arargas Ltd and Petrogas Ltd
A company formed in 1935 by the Shell Group under its affiliate BPM (40%), Standard Vacuum Oil Co. (40%), and Far Pacific investments (owned by Standard oil of California, 20%).
Standard Vacuum Oil Co.
a 1933 50/50 merging of Standard Oil Company of New York & Standard Oil of New Jersey
in 1934 became SOCONY-Vacuum Oil Co. Inc.
in 1955 became SOCONY Mobil Oil Company Inc.
in 1966 became Mobil Oil Corporation
in 1999 Mobil and Exxon merged to become Exxon Mobil.
Standard Oil of California is another of the companies formed from 1911 breakup of Standard Oil, today it is known as Chevron.
Condoleezza Rice is a former member of the board of directors 1991-Jan/2001, she has also held positions at Rand Corp. and Carnegie Corp. One SOoC subsidiary became ARAMCO in 1944 which became Saudi Aramco in 1988.
NNGPM is the company which in 1936 sent Jean Jacques Dozy to explore West New Guinea and report any economic minerals to the company.
Lisa Pease has an excellent article based on the Freeport claim to have accidently discovered a Netherlands report by Jean Jacques Dozy: JFK, Indonesia, CIA & Freeport Sulphur.
What the Freeport version forgets to mention, is that Jean Dozy was working for NNGPM which had 60% Standard Oil control (now Exxon Mobil/Chevron) and that the alleged discovery of Dozy’s report was only months after the New York Times published this article reporting the Dutch were now searching for a mountain of gold along the southern coast from which alluvial gold was flowing into the Arafura Sea.
In addition to the suspicious circumstance of Rockefeller’s Freeport taking sudden interest so many years after the Dozy expedition; there is also Freeport’s Wilson expedition of 1960 which confirmed the copper and gold load of the ‘Mountain of Ore’ “Ertsberg”;
which again was not reported to the government’s Mines Office (see pages 45,46 Netherlands United Nations report).
Perhaps the American resource company executives did not know about Ertsberg from 1936, perhaps pigs do fly in America. Perhaps the people in 1961/62 wanting Kennedy to transfer West New Guinea to Indonesian control were not friends of Corporate America; but personally I suspect there is a better chance of pigs flying inside the White House.
After occupied by Indonesia in May 1st, 1963, NNGPM transferred to US Oil Company of Santa Fe then Indonesia changed to Petrochina until today. Also Indonesia Oil Company of Petrogas Ltd.