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Woodside delivers: Hartleys

WOODSIDE has delivered on what it promised after the Royal Dutch Shell buyback deal "fell over", according to Hartleys energy research analyst Simon Andrew who also commented on both the challenges of project pricing in today's market and shrinking field costs.

Woodside delivers: Hartleys

While analysts have criticised Woodside's growth front all year, its $3.3 billion-plus move to buy Apache's Wheatstone, Balnaves and Kitimat assets might turn this tide. "I think they have delivered...

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