Woodside reveals its highlights for the last quarter include increased sales revenue, alongside the execution of the merger with BHP and approved final investment decisions (FID) for the Scarborough and Pluto Train 2 projects.
Woodside chief executive Meg O’Neill noted strong revenue was supported by increased product pricing, with the company recording US$2.85 billion in sales (AU$3.94 billion) – an 86 per cent jump from the previous quarter.
“The 86 per cent increase in sales revenue for the quarter was underpinned by a 22 per cent increase in sales volume as well as significantly stronger average realised prices,” said O’Neill.
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