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Woodside Petroleum Ltd (Woodside) is a liquefied natural gas (LNG) company. The Company’s segments include producing, development and other segments. Its producing segment includes North West Shelf Project, Pluto LNG, Australia Oil and Wheatstone. Its development segment includes Browse, Scarborough, Kitimat, Sunrise and Senegal projects. Its Other segments includes trading and shipping activities and activities undertaken in other international locations. Its North West Shelf Project is engaged in the exploration, evaluation, development, production and sale of liquefied natural gas, pipeline natural gas, condensate, liquefied petroleum gas and crude oil from the North West Shelf ventures. Its Pluto LNG project is engaged in exploration, evaluation, development, production and sale of liquefied natural gas and condensate in assigned permit areas.
Oil & Gas - Integrated
Mia Yellagonga, 11 Mount Street
Richard James Barr Goyder
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President - Sustainability, Chief Technology Officer
Executive Vice President - Marketing, Trading and Shipping
Acting Executive Vice President - Operations
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Woodside Petroleum sees the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market returning to balance from 2025 onwards, following a big glut last year, with demand growing and fewer new projects being approved, Chief Executive Peter Coleman said on Thursday.
Woodside Petroleum Ltd said on Tuesday it has started looking for a successor for its long-time chief executive Peter Coleman who plans to retire in the second half of 2021.
Australia's Woodside Petroleum Ltd said on Tuesday that long-time Chief Executive Officer Peter Coleman plans on retiring in the second half of 2021 and the search for a replacement has begun.
Australia's Woodside Petroleum shelved talks to sell stakes in a gas field and liquefied natural gas (LNG) project to Chinese firms because of the diplomatic row between Australia and China, the company's chief executive said on Thursday.
Australia's Woodside Petroleum Ltd has changed tack on plans to sell assets to help fund its $11 billion Scarborough gas project, now targeting infrastructure investors instead of energy companies amid a slump in oil and gas prices.
Woodside Petroleum said on Wednesday it would have to shut one of the five trains, or processing units, at the North West Shelf LNG plant in Australia as early as 2024 if no third party gas supply agreement is reached.
Australia's Woodside Petroleum Ltd on Wednesday reaffirmed that its Scarborough and Pluto Train 2 liquified natural gas project is on track for a final investment decision in the second half of 2021, aiming for a first cargo in 2026.
* Woodside under pressure to assess offshore gas pipeline route
Japan's Mitsui & Co won an exemption from the Western Australian government on Monday to export gas from a new onshore field, in a push to jump start the project and help the state's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
* CEO sees oil and gas prices improving in H2 (Adds CEO, analyst comments)
Australia's Woodside Petroleum is looking for acquisitions, ideally close to its existing assets or offering it control over assets that are already producing or close to producing, its boss said on Thursday.
Australia's Woodside Petroleum on Thursday reported a 28% slump in first-half adjusted net profit as coronavirus-related disruptions hammered fuel demand and hit liquefied natural gas prices.
* Cites uncertain timing for developments, carbon risk (Adds CEO, analyst, investor comments)
Australia's Woodside Petroleum Ltd on Tuesday forecast a first-half loss of $4.37 billion after tax, as it joined oil majors BP and Shell in writing down several assets after a coronavirus-induced slump in oil prices.
Woodside Petroleum's Chief Executive Peter Coleman said the Australian firm aims to play a decisive role in Chevron Corp's plan to sell a stake in the North West Shelf (NWS) project, operated and co-owned by Woodside.
* CFO says coronavirus crisis "challenging and unprecedented"
* FAR didn't have re-emptive right to buy stake from Conoco -panel
Australia's Woodside Petroleum said on Tuesday it will record a $720 million charge in its fiscal 2019 results in relation to Kitimat liquefied natural gas assets in Canada.
Senegal has authorised the West African country's first oil development, the $4.2 billion Sangomar offshore oil project, operator Woodside Petroleum said on Thursday.
Australian oil minnow Far Ltd on Monday said it does not expect to receive the final outcome of a long-running dispute with Woodside Petroleum regarding an oil field off Senegal until January or February next year.
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