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Here's Why Woodside Energy Group (ASX:WDS) Has Caught The Eye Of Investors

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Yahoo | December 25, 2023

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Yahoo | December 20, 2023

Deal-Hungry Woodside CEO Draws Criticism in Rush for Growth

(Bloomberg) -- At one of Perth’s most affluent beach-side suburbs, police were already in wait on an early morning in August as climate campaigners arrived near the home of Woodside Energy Group Ltd.’s Chief Executive Officer Meg O’Neill.Most Read from BloombergRange Rovers Become Thief-Magnets, Causing Prices to TumbleOwner of the Philippines’ Largest Malls Says China Feud May Hurt BusinessesCiti Shuts Muni Business That Once Was Envy of RivalsUS Approves New Kind of Nuclear Reactor for First T

Yahoo | December 14, 2023

Woodside, Santos proposed $52 billion tie-up unlikely to be sealed until at least Feb -source

Australia's Woodside Energy and rival Santos are unlikely to announce any agreement on a proposed A$80 billion ($52 billion) tie-up to create a global oil and gas giant until at least February, said a person with direct knowledge of the talks. Woodside and Santos last week confirmed speculation they were in preliminary discussions to create a joint entity that would have assets stretching from Australia to Alaska, the Gulf of Mexico, Papua New Guinea, Senegal and Trinidad and Tobago. Santos is being advised on the deal by Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, while Morgan Stanley is advising Woodside, sources confirmed.

Yahoo | December 14, 2023

Explainer-What would a Woodside and Santos merger look like?

Australian energy companies Woodside and Santos announced on Dec. 7 they are in preliminary talks to merge, a tie-up that would come amid a wave of consolidation in the global energy sector. If Woodside swallows up Santos, it would be the largest corporate deal in Australia for several years. The combined entity would become the biggest liquefied natural gas (LNG) producer in Australia, which is the world's No. 2 supplier of the superchilled fuel.

Yahoo | December 13, 2023

Woodside, Santos could sell assets to overcome merger antitrust hurdles -source

Oil and gas firms Woodside and Santos could overcome any "significant concerns" with a A$80 billion ($52 billion merger) from Australia's competition regulator by selling off some smaller domestic assets, said a source with knowledge of the deal's discussions. The source could not be named as the merger talks between Woodside and Santos are confidential. Woodside and Santos declined to comment, with Santos referring to its statement on Thursday, which said it was "assessing a range of alternative structural options".

Yahoo | December 8, 2023

Santos Jumps on Prospect of A$80 Billion Deal With Woodside Energy

(Bloomberg) -- Woodside Energy Group Ltd.’s hopes of a tie-up with Santos Ltd. to create Asia’s dominant liquefied natural gas exporter face a potential hurdle over the valuation of a target whose shares recently fell to an eight-month low.Most Read from BloombergApps That Use AI to Undress Women in Photos Soaring in UseCarlyle’s Rubenstein Is in Talks to Acquire Baltimore OriolesHunter Biden Indicted in Tax Case as White House Woes MountThe Record Rush to Buy a Rolex or a Patek Philippe Is Over

Yahoo | December 8, 2023

Woodside-Santos $52 billion merger talk spurs competition, price concerns

SYDNEY (Reuters) -Santos Ltd shares jumped on Friday on the prospect of a possible $52 billion merger with bigger Australian rival Woodside, but investors said valuation will be key, while domestic asset sales are likely to be needed to overcome competition concerns. After market hours on Thursday, Woodside and Santos confirmed speculation they were in preliminary talks to create a major oil and gas company, which together would have assets in Australia as well as Alaska, the Gulf of Mexico, Papua New Guinea, Senegal and Trinidad and Tobago. Santos shares jumped nearly 11% in early trade to hit their highest level in five weeks, but pared gains to settle up 6.2%.

Yahoo | December 7, 2023

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Yahoo | December 7, 2023

Australia’s biggest oil companies plot £42bn megamerger

Australia’s biggest oil companies are plotting a £42bn mega-merger as a wave of takeovers sweeps the fossil fuel industry.

Yahoo | December 7, 2023

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