Woodside Petroleum’s chief executive will leave without the defining project but comfortable he has left his mark on the oil and gas company.
Scott Morrison told a Karratha business breakfast more jobs would be created as a result of the move to a more green industry and there was a bright future ahead as heavy industry decarbonised.
The oil and gas company’s outgoing chief executive has dismissed rumours around his exit as “tattle” as interim boss Meg O’Neill made it clear she won’t be a lame duck CEO.
Climate change protestors will grill the oil and gas company’s board today as questions remain over the sudden departure of long-serving boss Peter Coleman.
The WA gas company is raising cash at 30¢ a share to help fund its West Erregulla project in the Perth Basin.
Woodside Petroleum CEO Peter Coleman will retire in June.
The company says its boss of 10 years will step down from the board next week, with Meg O’Neill to take the reins of the oil and gas company as interim CEO.
The global energy giant’s local business was hurt in 2020 by hefty writedowns and weaker prices for its oil and gas.
A helicopter search and rescue company that services WA’s resources sector has created a new cadetship program to attract applicants to the high-pressure job.
Perth-based bioenergy developer Delorean Corporation is off to a roaring start on its first day of trade.
The Grattan Institute has modelled scenarios for Australia's electricity system, finding gas will be needed in a backup, but not expanded, role.
The group is buying Engenium, an 18-year-old mining engineering specialist owned by its management.
Kevin Gallagher has been given a $6m bonus to stay on at the oil and gas company until at least 2025.
Australis Energy is looking to sink install nearly 40 turbines off the South West coast with the aim of generating power for WA’s electricity grid from late-2026.
Current expressions for long-term offtake for urea from Strike’s proposed $2.3 billion Geraldton plant exceed the project’s proposed 1.4 million tonne-a-year supply.
The steel-making commodity is still trading well above the WA Government’s price assumptions, suggesting up to another $800m could be added to State coffers.
New changes confirmed today will enable the Government to claw back decommissioning costs from former oil and gas project owners.
The contract with Hokkaido Gas is the first with Japan in eight years and will be mainly supplied by the Gorgon and Wheatstone gas projects in northern WA.
There is good reason why East Perth’s Eastbrook Village is arguably the first apartment complex to retrofit a solar system.
Calvert Research and Management says Woodside’s board doesn’t meet its board diversity guidelines.
The DomGas Alliance representing the State’s biggest gas users has commissioned a report by Wood Mackenzie on the future of the gas supply in WA.
Liquefied natural gas deliveries expanded the most in a year as Asia and Europe refilled inventories drained over the winter, and as pandemic-ravaged economies slowly begin to reopen.
The US giant’s Australian business struggled in 2020 with weak LNG prices, falling sales to Japan and production disruptions from major repairs to its Gorgon gas plant.
WA’s booming resources sector has achieved record sales of $174b in 2020.
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