|Bid||39.51 x 0|
|Ask||35.83 x 0|
|Day's Range||35.26 - 35.94|
|52 Week Range||30.58 - 37.70|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.78|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||26.98|
|Earnings Date||Feb 13, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.80 (5.07%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Aug 26, 2019|
|1y Target Est||27.09|
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Maintenance at the North West Shelf liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant is ongoing, a spokesman for operator Woodside Petroleum said on Monday. The Australian company had initially scheduled maintenance for Sept. 5 to Oct. 1. "An integrated turnaround campaign is being undertaken at the North West Shelf Project," the spokesman said.
Bangladesh has shortlisted 17 companies for its spot tender process as it plans to buy around 1 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) next year to capitalise on lower prices for the super-chilled fuel, two company officials said. Petrobangla, in charge of LNG imports into the South Asian country, plans to sign sales and purchase agreements with the shortlisted companies after it receives cabinet approval, the officials with direct knowledge of the matter said. “We are moving ahead with plans to import LNG through the spot market by shortlisting 17 companies out of a total of 43,” one of the Petrobangla officials said.
Privately owned Western Gas said it has appointed Goldman Sachs to advise on finding a partner for its Equus gas project off Western Australia, as it aims to start producing from the $3.5 billion project in 2024. Western Gas wants to develop the field using a 2 million tonnes a year (mtpa) floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility, rather than feeding into larger existing facilities as contemplated by the field's previous owner, Hess Corp. "Equus is at the right stage of development where the introduction of an experienced and financially capable partner can help progress the project to first gas and realise the value of the greater Equus area," Western Gas Executive Director Andrew Leibovitch said in a statement on Tuesday.
A large share sale of Saudi oil giant Aramco will suck out capital from rival energy firms as investors will reallocate funds within their shrinking pot for fossil fuel stocks, according to the chief executive of Australia's Woodside. Peter Coleman said the challenges of Aramco's initial public offering were becoming an important discussion topic among investment bankers as the kingdom has revived its idea of raising up to $100 billion via a share listing of its energy giant. Is it a U.S. treasury bond or a mid-cap (oil and gas) player in the United States?" Coleman, who heads Australia's largest independent oil and gas firm, said in an interview with Reuters on the sidelines of the World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi.
Australian oil and gas producer Woodside is seeking to reduce its stakes in the Scarborough gas field at home and in Canada's Kitimat liquefied natural gas (LNG) project to cut its capital exposure, its chief executive told Reuters on Tuesday. The comments by CEO Peter Coleman came after speculation Saudi Aramco could be interested in Scarborough, a gas resource that, once developed, would feed into and expand Woodside's Pluto LNG production and export facility. Woodside holds a 75% stake in the Scarborough gas field and 50% of the Kitimat project in Canada, which is operated by Chevron.
Australian oil and gas producer Woodside is seeking to reduce its stakes in the Scarborough gas field at home and in Canada's Kitimat liquefied natural gas (LNG) project to cut its capital exposure, its chief executive told Reuters on Tuesday. The comments by CEO Peter Coleman came after speculation Saudi Aramco could be interested in Scarborough, a gas resource that, once developed, would feed into and expand Woodside's Pluto LNG production and export facility. Woodside holds a 75% stake in the Scarborough gas field and 50% of the Kitimat project in Canada, which is operated by Chevron .
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The prime minister of Papua New Guinea replaced his treasurer in a surprise cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday that brought seven opposition members into government, while neighbouring Nauru declared Lionel Aingimea its president. The Papua New Guinea opposition's Ian Ling-Stuckey was sworn in as treasurer, Prime Minister James Marape said, replacing Sam Basil.
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Australian oil and gas explorer FAR Ltd on Wednesday said that a tribunal ruling is expected by the end of 2019 for its arbitration with Woodside Petroleum Ltd over the latter's stake in the SNE oil project off Senegal. FAR is currently in arbitration over the sale by ConocoPhillips of a 35 percent interest in the SNE project to Woodside for $350 million in 2016. FAR had contended that it should have had pre-emptive rights over the ConocoPhillips stake, which was sold for what it considered a cheap price.
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Chinese privately owned gas distributor and terminal operator ENN Group said on Monday it has won a permit to transport liquefied natural gas (LNG) carried by trucks over a large bridge in eastern China to reach more customers in the region. ENN is the owner of China's first major independent LNG terminal. The $848 million import facility located on Zhoushan Island in eastern China's Zhejiang province is currently under utilized as a pipeline linking the terminal to customers has not been built even though it started operations 10 months ago.
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