Woodside Petroleum has announced its Browse FLNG project will move into the front-end-engineering and design phase.
This week we look at the new senate inquiry into tax avoidance, new gas discovered off Barrow Island, and Atlas Iron enters a trading halt.
Woodside Petroleum have announced a new gas discovery off the West Australian coast to the ASX this morning.
Woodside will cut approximately 300 jobs and freeze pay as it margins shrink under a weak oil price.
A new report out by Woodside Petroleum reveals the company sacked seven workers for fraud-related activities in 2014.
Woodside has temporarily halted production at Pluto LNG plant.
Oil and gas giant Woodside will issue US$1 billion worth of corporate bonds into the US bond market.
A visit to India over the weekend has seen Woodside CEO Peter Coleman sign a memorandum of understanding with magnate Gautam Adani.
A worker seeking $42 million in damages from Woodside Petroleum has had his case dismissed in the Federal Court.
Woodside has intersected gas at its Toro exploration site off WA.
Woodside’s proposed Browse FLNG project could produce up to 17,000 barrels of LNG per day.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union has put major mining companies on notice as it fights against the use of urine tests for the detection of drugs and alcohol.
Woodside earned less revenue in 2013 despite posting a 2.5 per cent production increase.
Woodside have signed what is thought to be a multi-billion dollar LNG deal which will see Japan’s Chubu Electric receive 1.5 million tonnes of liquefied gas over three years.
Woodside has revealed that building a LNG processing plant at James Price Point was set to cost $80 billion and would have put the company at risk of collapse.
Woodside has extended the life of its North West Shelf LNG plant with a $5 billion upgrade to the North Rankin field.
Woodside have announced that its Browse partners have signed off on the use of FLNG technology to develop the gasfields off the Kimberley coast.
Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett said he has failed the people of his state following Woodside’s decision to develop the Browse Basin through floating LNG technology.
Caravan maker Fleetwood has felt the brunt of the mining downturn with its profit sliding and its shares falling 17 per cent.
A West Australian court has declared the state government’s environmental approval of a multi-billion dollar gas hub in the Kimberley as unlawful.