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Woodside Petroleum Ltd (WPL.AX)

WPL.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

32.18AUD
28 Apr 2017
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About

Woodside Petroleum Ltd (Woodside) is an oil and gas company. The Company is engaged in hydrocarbon exploration, evaluation, development, production and marketing. It operates in three segments: Producing comprising North West Shelf (NWS) Project, Pluto Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Australia Oil; Development comprising Browse... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.89
Market Cap(Mil.): $27,109.88
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 842.44
Dividend: 0.65
Yield (%): 3.41

Financials

  WPL.AX Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 23.13 18.30 20.05
EPS (TTM): 1.39 -- --
ROI: 4.35 0.37 13.70
ROE: 5.97 4.93 12.07

Woodside first-quarter revenue falls 9 percent as heavy rain hits output

MELBOURNE Woodside Petroleum reported a 9 percent drop in first-quarter revenue on Thursday as production fell, largely due to extremely heavy rainfall, but stuck to its full-year production forecast.

Apr 19 2017

LNG producers turn to trading, risk taking to maintain market share

* Large volume, long-term contracts now "more difficult" -Shell

Apr 05 2017

Woodside considers fixed-priced LNG sales as market evolves

CHIBA, Japan Woodside Petroleum is considering sales of some of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) on a fixed-price basis, the chief executive of Australia's largest independent oil and gas producer told reporters on Tuesday at a conference in Japan.

Apr 04 2017

Woodside considers fixed-priced LNG sales as market evolves

CHIBA, Japan, April 4 Woodside Petroleum is considering sales of some of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) on a fixed-price basis, the chief executive of Australia's largest independent oil and gas producer told reporters on Tuesday at a conference in Japan.

Apr 04 2017

LNG sellers ready for more flexible contracts after years of pressure

CHIBA, Japan Major producers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) such as Woodside and Shell are softening up on years of resistance to granting buyers more flexible term contracts, potentially opening the door to a more actively traded market for the commodity.

Apr 04 2017

WRAP 1-LNG sellers ready for more flexible contracts after years of pressure

* Shell, Woodside now willing to drop future destination clauses

Apr 04 2017

Brazil's Petrobras pulls appeal of Karoon deal -court documents

RIO DE JANEIRO, March 29 Brazil's state-controlled oil company Petrobras has withdrawn its appeal to the Supreme Court of an injunction blocking the sale of oil fields to Australia's Karoon Gas Australia Ltd, according to court documents reviewed by Reuters on Wednesday.

Mar 29 2017

Woodside CEO 'OK' with LNG buyers' club, hints at more flexibility

* Buyers' club, flexible contracts could create more liquidity

Mar 29 2017

UPDATE 1-Woodside flags growth options after tough year

MELBOURNE, Feb 22 Woodside Petroleum Ltd said on Wednesday it sees its output rising by about 15 percent over the next three years, and flagged plans to expand near-term output in Western Australia as it seeks to defy views that it is short on growth.

Feb 21 2017

Woodside CEO sees no need for M&A, plenty of growth in pipeline

SYDNEY Woodside Petroleum Chief Executive Peter Coleman said there's little need for more mergers and acquisitions by Australia's biggest independent oil and gas producer as it works on developing a handful of new projects at home and abroad.

Jan 19 2017

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