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In accordance with section 4-3 of The Financial Security & Site Closure Regulations (FSSCR), licensees are required to submit corporate financial information when requested by the Minister of Energy and Resources. The information provided must be from the most recent available financial statements and must be completed by a person with relevant accounting experience and/or detailed knowledge of the corporate financial statements.
As per section 10 of the FSSCR, the financial information collected by The Ministry of Energy and Resources will be kept confidential, unless that information is already public.
The obligation to submit financial information is due June 30 of each year; however, as per the FSSCR, the minister may request financial information at any time and set deadlines other than June 30.
Licensees will receive a notification about the obligation in the Integrated Resource Information System (IRIS). It is the licensees’ responsibility to set appropriate permissions to receive notifications of the creation of corporate financial information obligations and for maintenance of the obligations.
Upon the June 30 due date, if a licensee is a new company that does not yet have financial history details, then the licensee must submit the required financial information by the end of the following quarter (September 30).
The corporate financial submission information required by the Ministry of Energy and Resources includes:
For specific reporting requirements refer to Directive PNG025: Financial Security Requirements.
The following documents are required for corporate financial information reporting:
To report corporate financial information, the licensee must:
When the required reporting documentation is completed, log in to IRIS and complete the appropriate submission process in the Licensee Obligations module.
Before you log in to IRIS be sure to check the Alerts and Notifications section for system maintenance and availability information.
IRIS User Learning Centre – Corporate Financial Information Reporting-LLR information is available as a lesson of the Liability Management module.
The Ministry of Energy and Resources Service Desk is available Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CST, excluding holidays.
For any assistance, please contact:
ER Service Desk
1-855-219-9373 (toll free)
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