Woodside Petroleum Ltd (WPL.AX)
21 Jul 2017
MELBOURNE A plan by top global liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter Qatar to ramp up output will stall the expected growth of U.S. LNG exports, the head of Australia's Woodside Petroleum, operator of the country's biggest LNG plant, said.
July 20 Australian shares ended stronger on Thursday, cheered by a strong rally in bank stocks while record highs on Wall Street further buoyed sentiment.
July 20 Australian shares extended their rally on Thursday, led by robust bank stocks as positive sentiment spilled over from another record day on Wall Street.
July 20 Woodside Petroleum reported a 6.8 percent fall in oil and gas output in the June quarter due to planned and unplanned outages and a previously flagged reduction in its share of pipeline gas from the North West Shelf.
July 11 Australian shares ended marginally higher on Tuesday ahead of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's congressional testimony later this week which investors will glean for clues on when the central bank will again tighten U.S. monetary policy.
July 11 Australian shares posted small gains on Tuesday in thin trading as investors awaited the start of major second-quarter U.S. earnings reports and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's congressional testimony later this week.
* Woodside says Senegal govt confirms firm's participation (Recasts on request for arbitration, adds detail)
June 21 Australia's Woodside Petroleum said on Wednesday that Senegal's energy minister had issued an order confirming the company's "participation" in an oil project in the west African nation.
MELBOURNE A dispute between two Australian energy companies escalated on Thursday, potentially delaying a promising oil project off Senegal which was due to start producing as early as 2021.
* SNE field set to be Senegal's first oil development (Adds FAR MD comments)