Uncontracted LNG haunts Woodside
As Woodside Petroleum managing director Peter Coleman prepared to face investors in Sydney today, concerns were growing over the amount of uncontracted LNG production the company would have at the end of the...
Woodside Petroleum has received a first strike against its remuneration report, with about 27.6 per cent of shareholders voting against it, while chairman Michael Chaney has flagged he may not step down at the next AGM as previously suggested.
March quarter revenue was down by nearly a third on the same period last year, Woodside Petroleum revealed today, although it flagged that it was continuing work with Hess on gas processing from the Equus field.
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