Woodside Energy Group Ltd (WDS): Price and Financial Metrics
WDS Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$23.77||52-week high||$26.93|
|Prev. close||$24.19||52-week low||$19.11|
|Day high||$24.21||Avg. volume||499,397|
|50-day MA||$24.68||Dividend yield||6.38%|
|200-day MA||$23.81||Market Cap||23.39B|
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Woodside Energy Group Ltd (WDS) Company Bio
Woodside Energy Group Ltd engages in the exploration, evaluation, development, production, marketing, and sale of hydrocarbons in Oceania, Asia, Canada, Africa, and internationally. The company produces liquefied natural gas, pipeline natural gas, condensate, liquefied petroleum gas, and crude oil. It holds interests in the Greater Browse, Greater Sunrise, Greater Pluto, Greater Exmouth, North West Shelf, Wheatstone, Julimar-Brunello, Canada, Senegal, Greater Scarborough, and Myanmar projects. The company was formerly known as Woodside Petroleum Ltd and changed its name to Woodside Energy Group Ltd in May 2022. Woodside Energy Group Ltd was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Perth, Australia.
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It was not immediately clear if the fault was related to the strikes, which began six days ago at Wheatstone and Chevron's other Australian LNG facility, Gorgon, after talks between the company and unions over wages and work conditions broke down. The workers at the facilities, which account for more than 5% of global LNG supply, are backed by the Offshore Alliance (OA) - that combines the Maritime Union of Australia and Australian Workers' Union. Chevron had been negotiating with the workers for weeks alongside Australia's Woodside Energy, which managed to avert the strikes last month after reaching a deal.
The disagreement is over wages and conditions at Chevron's Gorgon and Wheatstone operations, which account for more than 5% of global LNG supply. Chevron had been negotiating with the workers for weeks alongside Australia's Woodside Energy, which had managed to avert the strikes last month after reaching a deal. The workers are backed by the Offshore Alliance (OA) - which combines the Maritime Union of Australia and Australian Workers' Union.
Workers at Chevron's liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in Australia, which produce 5.1% of the world's supply of the super-chilled fuel, went on strike on Friday after mediation talks ended without a deal. Until next Wednesday, workers will stop work for up to 11 hours in several blocks per day and refuse to perform certain tasks, including working overtime. Chevron has said it would continue to take steps to maintain operations if any disruptions occur, without giving details.
(Bloomberg) -- Workers at Chevron Corp.-operated liquefied natural gas facilities in Australia began industrial action after talks failed to resolve a long-running dispute on pay and conditions.Most Read from BloombergHong Kong to Ease Shutdown After Record Rain Overwhelms CityUS Probes Made-in-China Chip as Tensions Flare Over TechnologyApple’s 2-Day Slide Nears $200 Billion on China IPhone CurbsTrudeau Says There’s No Room for Political Rapprochement With China‘Blame the Boomers’ for Surging H
Natural gas prices fell 0.9% to end the day at $2.556/mmBtu, suggesting investors are worried Hurricane Idalia will curb gas demand.
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