“As the market has grown and evolved and become more sophisticated we’re no longer source specific and the customers are often no longer destination specific as well,” said O’Neill.
At one of Perth’s most affluent beach-side suburbs, police were already in wait on an early morning in August as climate campaigners arrived near the home of Woodside Energy Group's Chief Executive Officer Meg O’Neill.
Forrest said hydrocarbon executives at COP28 talking up production “must think you have blood on your hands”. The Fortescue head was talking on Perth’s 6PR station.
Travel restrictions have eased, she said, and the company sees a need for quality control work. “We do understand the reasons for the remedial work – and we’re taking actions for Scarborough.”
O’Neill cited the US’ Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) as a “game changer”. She went on to say that if Australia intends to compete “in the global race to transition to new energy, we need to incentivise investors to take the required risk”.
Woodside Energy Group, Australia’s biggest oil and gas producer, says it will review potential acquisitions in the Gulf of Mexico after reporting its highest-ever profit.
The chief executive of Australia’s Woodside Energy (ASX:WDS) appears to have made a blunder with her comments that the company is open to revisiting a greenfield LNG export development in East Timor. Significantly, the melodrama around the project will likely continue.
Companies building the Sangomar FPSO have completed their work, keeping the Senegalese field on schedule for start in late 2023.
Woodside Energy has plugged and abandoned a well offshore Senegal after failing to find commercial quantities of hydrocarbons.
Woodside Energy has dropped plans to sell down a stake in its Senegal project, the offshore Sangomar development.
The head of the newly merged Woodside Energy Group said the UK government’s windfall tax is a “red flag” that suggests potential investments in the North Sea carry more risk.
A strategic merger between BHP and Woodside has been on the deal dream list in oil and gas circles going back three decades. Yesterday the pair confirmed that they will enter into a merger of their respective oil and gas portfolios in an all-stock deal that creates an LNG powerhouse.
Australia’s Woodside has set new interim and long-term targets to hit net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 at its Pluto liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project.
Woodside Energy has increased the cost of its Sangomar project to $4.6 billion, gross, from $4.2bn.
Meg O’Neill, a leading candidate for the top job at Australia’s Woodside Petroleum, will act as interim chief executive from 20 April as current boss, Peter Coleman, steps down from the board on 19 April.