Australian oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum announced a 7% fall in revenue on an annual basis in Q3 following a later-than-expected startup for its first LNG train at Wheatstone.
The second train from the 8.9 mtpa Wheatstone project is expected in the next six-to-eight months. Woodside holds a 13% share in the project.
Woodside produced a total of 20.31 million barrels of oil equivalent of oil, gas and condensates in Q3 2017, down by 19.4% year on year, with both the North West Shelf and Pluto...
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