Woodside have announced a revenue drop in the second quarter of the year as unexpected outages lowered production.
Australia’s gas export contracts are facing stiff competition from the United States as Asian customers insist on cheaper LNG from two of the country’s big ventures.
A battle is building over the Federal government’s push to for the development of Woodside’s multi-billion-dollar Browse gasfield through FLNG, with West Australian Premier Colin Barnett opposed.
Woodside has downgraded its annual production estimates after a technical glitch forced the temporary shutdown of its Pluto LNG plant.
Reading the papers this week you’d be forgiven for thinking that $150 billion has been ripped from our national coffers, helped along by the Prime Minister, ‘eco-activists’ and vast quantities of red and green coloured tape.
Woodside is close to justifying why it pulled out of plans to develop a gas hub at James Price Point as it plans to tell the state and federal government how much the project would have cost to build.
Woodside Petroleum has announced plans to restart gas exploration as part of a plan to expand its $15 billion flagship Pluto LNG project.
Woodside have confirmed they are looking to develop their Browse LNG project with a floating gas processing operation.
The Western Australian government has suggested Woodside and its partners may lose their lease over the one-third of Browse gas located in WA waters and has apologised to the traditional indigenous owners of James Price Point.
Woodside’s decision to shelve its $40 billion Browse liquefied natural gas project has caused bitter dispute.
Oil and gas producer Woodside has this morning announced it will begin reviewing alternative Browse development options for its James Price Point project including floating LNG.
Australia is home to some of the largest energy projects in the world, with investment in local projects adding up to over $200 billion.
Woodside is forging ahead with its plans to construct a gas hub at James Price Point in Western Australia, with one of its contractors applying to build mass mining accommodation outside of Broome.
Environmentalists are outraged over a WA Government decision to allow Woodside the right to work on an Aboriginal site of ‘major’ heritage significance.
Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett has confirmed that Shell is pushing to develop the Browse gasfield through its floating liquefied natural gas technology, calling the plan ‘silly’.
Federal resources Minister Martin Ferguson has thrown his support behind the controversial James Price Point gas development, despite the rise of ugly protests.
Woodside chairman Michael Chaney has joined Gina Rinehart in pushing for skilled migrants to fill empty mining jobs.
A former top executive of Woodside, who last year won a $170,000 sex discrimination payout, is suing the company for another $50,000 over alleged defamation last year.