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Cooper Energy HY Loss Attributable $23.1 Mln
Cooper Energy Sees FY21 Production Between 2.7 - 2.9 MMBOE
Cooper Energy Qtrly Production Falls 28%
Cooper Energy Limited is an upstream oil and gas exploration and production company whose primary purpose is to secure, find, develop, produce and sell hydrocarbons. The Company’s operations and interests include offshore gas and gas liquids production in the Otway Basin, Victoria, from the Casino, Henry, Netherby and Minerva gas fields. The Company's segment includes Cooper Basin, South-East Australia, and Corporate and Other. The exploration and evaluation of oil and gas, and production and sale of crude oil in the Company's permits within the Cooper Basin. The South-East Australia segment primarily consists of the Sole Gas Project, Manta Gas Project and the Company’s interest in the operated Casino Henry and non-operated Minerva producing gas assets. The South-East Australia segment also includes exploration and evaluation, and care and maintenance activities ongoing in the Otway and Gippsland basins.
Oil & Gas Operations
L 8 70 Franklin Street
John C. Conde
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Virginia Katherine Suttell
Chief Financial Officer
Company Secretary and General Counsel
David Peter Maxwell
Managing Director, Executive Director
General Manager - Commercial & Business Development
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Australian stocks closed lower on Friday, as risk sentiment sagged after major central banks warned that near-term economic risks remain as coronavirus infections accelerate, leading to heavy selling in travel and energy shares.
Financials pulled down Australian shares on Monday as a decision by Bendigo and Adelaide Bank to defer its final dividend brought the sector's payout woes to surface.
Australian shares closed lower on Friday, led by tech stocks after Wall Street's tumble overnight sparked a similar reaction domestically, while indications of a worsening COVID-19 situation added to the gloom.
Australian shares started the financial year on a positive note as investors pinned hopes on fresh stimulus measures, though concerns about further lockdown restrictions in the country's second-most populous state capped gains on Wednesday.
Australian shares traded higher on Wednesday, boosted by hopes for further stimulus measures to prop up a pandemic-hit economy, although gains were capped by fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Australian shares ended little changed on Monday, rebounding from a 1% drop earlier in the session as fears of second wave kept investors on the sidelines, with gains among gold miners offset by losses in tech and energy stocks.
Australian shares gained on Friday, hitting a more than one-week high, helped by energy stocks that tracked higher oil prices, although worries remained about a second wave of COVID-19 infections around the world. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.73% to 5,979.9 in early trade...
Australian shares slipped on Wednesday after six sessions of gains, with financials and energy stocks leading the declines, as investors adopted a more cautious stance ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve policy decision later in the day.
Australian shares rose on Thursday, propped up by financial stocks as fresh stimulus measures and hopes of a global economic recovery as coronavirus-led curbs ease across the world lifted investor sentiment.
* Australia to defer banking inquiry recommendations for 6 months
Australian shares fell on Thursday, pressured by energy and financial stocks, after dismal U.S. data and renewed U.S.-China tensions raised concerns of a slow global economic recovery.
Australian shares fell nearly 1% on Monday, extending the previous session's sell-off, as rising trade tensions between Washington and Beijing over the coronavirus outbreak dented sentiment.
Australian shares extended gains on Tuesday, helped by quarter-end balancing and on measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak and contain its economic impact, but the benchmark index was poised for its biggest ever monthly drop.
* NZ benchmark index hits near 4-month closing low (Updates to close)
Australian stocks plunged into bear market territory on Tuesday, as rising economic risks from the fast-spreading coronavirus and a recent plunge in oil prices clouded the global economic outlook.
Australian shares rose on Thursday as gains in financials, led by the country's third largest lender National Australia Bank, eclipsed losses in the mining and energy sectors.
Exxon Mobil Corp said on Wednesday it was looking to sell its 50% stake in the Gippsland Basin oil and gas development in Australia's Bass Strait as part of a broader review of its global portfolio of assets.
* NZ benchmark sees best week in over 10 yrs (Updates to close)
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